Peter Longofono's poems have appeared in H_NGM_N, fields, Luna Luna Magazine, Public Pool, and Tenderloin, among others. He edits reviews for Coldfront and makes music with TH!CK. His chapbook, CHORDS, was published in March 2016 by the Operating System. He lives in Brooklyn.
Kiki Petrosino is the author of three books of poetry: Witch Wife (forthcoming in 2017), Hymn for the Black Terrific (2013) and Fort Red Border (2009), all from Sarabande Books. She holds graduate degrees from the University of Chicago and the University of Iowa Writer's Workshop. Her poems and essays have appeared in Poetry, Best American Poetry, The New York Times, FENCE, Gulf Coast, Jubilat, Tin House and on-line at Ploughshares. She is founder and co-editor of Transom, an independent on-line poetry journal. She is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Louisville, where she directs the Creative Writing Program. Her awards include a residency at the Hermitage Artist Retreat and research fellowships from the University of Louisville's Commonwealth Center for the Humanities and Society and the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.
Lillian Kwok is originally from Philadelphia, and now lives in Honolulu. She has a chapbook published by Awst Press and one forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press. Her work has been published in the Waxwing, the Cortland Review, Paper Darts and other journals. She holds an MFA in writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Denise Jarrott grew up in Iowa. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Volta, jubilat, Pith, La Vague, small po[r]tions, and elsewhere. She is the author of the chapbook Nine Elegies, forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press.
Emily Corwin is an MFA candidate in poetry at Indiana University-Bloomington and the Poetry Editor for Indiana Review. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Gigantic Sequins, Day One, Hobart, smoking glue gun, and Word Riot. She has two chapbooks, My Tall Handsome (Brain Mill Press) and darkling (Platypus Press) which were published in 2016. You can follow her online at @exitlessblue.
C. Samuel Rees has been featured in The Fairy Tale Review, The Account, Bridge Magazine, Borderlands: Texas Poetry Review, and JMWW, among others. Most recently his poem "Guten Abend, Gute Nacht" was nominated for a pushcart prize and his poem "Tanning Process" is included in the anthology The Dead Animal Handbook (University of Hell Press). C. Samuel is a creature who subsists on a steady diet of horror films and books on desert ecology.
Amy Jo Trier-Walker lives and works on a tree and herb farm in Indiana and is the author of two chapbooks: Trembling Ourselves into Trees (Horse Less Press, 2015) and One Winter Night in the Pines (The Dandelion Review, 2016). She is the winner of the 2016 Permafrost New Alchemy Contest, and her work can be found in New American Writing, Caliban online, Salt Hill, Tupelo Quarterly, and inter|rupture, among others.
Chet’la Sebree, a Delaware native, is a graduate of American University’s MFA in Creative Writing Program. She has received fellowships from Bucknell University's Stadler Center for Poetry, the Vermont Studio Center, and the Richard H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in jubilat, Gulf Coast, Crazyhorse, BOAAT, and Monticello in Mind: Fifty Contemporary Poets on Jefferson.
Catherine Kyle holds a Ph.D. in English from Western Michigan University. She teaches at the College of Western Idaho and writes grants for The Cabin, a literary nonprofit. She is the author and illustrator of the hybrid-genre collection Feral Domesticity (Robocup Press, 2014); the author of the poetry chapbooks Flotsam (Etched Press, 2015) and Gamer: A Role-Playing Poem (dancing girl press, 2015); and a co-editor of Goddessmode (Cool Skull Press, 2015). She also helps run the Ghosts & Projectors poetry reading series. Her graphic narratives, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry have appeared in The Rumpus, Superstition Review, WomenArts Quarterly, and elsewhere.
Virginia Konchan is the author of a chapbook, Vox Populi (Finishing Line Press, 2015), and a collection of short stories, Anatomical Gift (Noctuary Press, 2017). Virginia Konchan's poems have appeared in The New Yorker, The New Republic, Best New Poets, and elsewhere.