Cameron Barnett holds an MFA from the University of Pittsburgh, where he was poetry editor for Hot Metal Bridge and co-coordinator of Pitt’s Speakeasy Reading Series. He currently is an associate poetry editor for Pittsburgh Poetry Review. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Winter Tangerine Review, Florida Review, Barely South Review, and TriQuarterly.
Michael A. Chaney is a professor of English and chair of the African and African American Studies Program at Dartmouth College. His book, Reading Lessons in Seeing: Mirrors, Masks, and Mazes in the Autobiographical Graphic Novel, is forthcoming. His flash fictions appear in Los Angeles Review, Fourteen Hills, Epiphany, Wigleaf, and Diagram.
Liz N. Clift holds an MFA in creative writing from Iowa State University. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in the National Poetry Review, Rattle, Hobart, Booth, Passages North, and elsewhere. She lives in Colorado.
Deirdre Daly is a writer currently living in Dublin. Her poetry has been published or is forthcoming in Normal School, Room Magazine, Crannóg, Level Crossing, and Women’s Studies Quarterly. Her fiction has been published in Word Riot, Alarmist, and various anthologies. She was runner-up in the 2016 Fish Publishing Poetry Prize.
Carol V. Davis teaches English and creative writing at Santa Monica College and Antioch University Los Angeles. She is the author of Because I Cannot Leave This Body (2017) and Between Storms (2012) and won the T. S. Eliot Prize for Poetry for Into the Arms of Pushkin: Poems of St. Petersburg. Twice a Fulbright scholar in Russia, she taught in Ulan-Ude, Siberia, winter 2015. She is poetry editor of the Los Angeles newspaper the Jewish Journal.
Lara Ehrlich’s writing appears in Columbia Review, Normal School, SmokeLong Quarterly, River Styx, and Paper Darts, among other publications, and she is working on a short story collection titled “News from a Country Never Visited.” www.LaraEhrlichWrites.com. [End Page 147]
Christos Kalli, born in Larnaca, Cyprus, is currently studying for his undergraduate degree in English literature at the University of Glasgow. His most recent poems can be found or are forthcoming in the American Journal of Poetry, the Adroit Journal, the minnesota review, Oxford Magazine, the Maine Review, Red Paint Hill Poetry Journal, and Hobart, among others. He is currently a poetry reader for the Adroit Journal and is one of the reviewers of Carillon Magazine.
Horam Kim earned his BA from New York University and his MFA from Brooklyn College. He wrote and directed the feature film I Love You, Apple, I Love You, Orange. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Green Mountains Review, Vestal Review, Small Spiral Notebook, and elsewhere. Born and raised in New Jersey, he currently resides in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Hannah Kroonblawd is a PhD candidate at Illinois State University and a graduate of the MFA program at Oregon State University. Her poems have been published in Sycamore Review, BOAAT, and the Chattahoochee Review, among others.
Lisa Kwong is an AppalAsian writer in the Midwest, where she currently teaches Asian American Studies and English at Indiana University in Bloomington and coordinates the Fountain Square Poetry Series. Her poems and creative nonfiction are forthcoming or have appeared in Best New Poets 2014, Banango Street, Still: The Journal, Naugatuck River Review, Appalachian Heritage, Pluck!, The Sleuth, and other journals.
Peter LaBerge’s work appears in Beloit Poetry Journal, Best New Poets, Colorado Review, Indiana Review, Iowa Review, Pleiades, Tin House, and elsewhere. He is the recipient of a fellowship from the Bucknell University Stadler Center for Poetry and the founder and editor-in-chief of the Adroit Journal. He lives in Philadelphia, where he is an undergraduate student at the University of Pennsylvania.
Rasaq Malik is a graduate of the University of Ibadan. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Rattle, Juked, Connotation Press, Grey Sparrow, and elsewhere. He is awaiting the publication of his debut poetry collection.
Jennifer Newhouse teaches creative writing at Chowan University. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Triquarterly, Lake Effect, Chattahoochee Review, SAND, Appalachian Heritage, and elsewhere. [End Page 148]
Mason Nunemaker holds a BA in English from the University of Minnesota and plans to pursue...