Ruth Baumann is currently an MFA student at the University of Memphis, & Poetry Editor of The Pinch. Her poems have been published or are forthcoming in elimae, failbetter, PANK, Mixed Fruit & other journals. Chris Emslie is assistant editor at ILK journal. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in PANK, Banango Street and The Indiana Review, among others. He'd make a good wife but would look terrible in the dress.
Kat Finch likes her orange cat, her copper bike, and the forest. Her poems can be found in Sugar House Review, The Dirty Napkin, The Doctor T.J. Eckleburg Review, and Petrichor Machine. Dorian Geisler grew up in Texas, attended UC Berkeley (majoring in philosophy), before graduating from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in 2010. He is a co-founder of HOOT, a literary magazine on postcards, and teaches creative writing in Arcadia University's MFA program.
Rob MacDonald lives in Boston and is the editor of Sixth Finch. His poems can be found in Octopus, Gulf Coast, notnostrums, H_NGM_N, The Collagist and other journals. Derek Pollard is co-author with Derek Henderson of the book Inconsequentia (BlazeVOX). His poems, creative non-fiction, and reviews appear in American Book Review, Colorado Review, Court Green, Diagram III, H_ngm_n, Pleiades, and Six-Word Memoirs on Love & Heartbreak, among numerous other anthologies and journals. He is Assistant Editor at Barrow Street, Inc.; a Black Mountain PhD Fellow at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas; and is on faculty at Pratt Institute and at the Downtown Writer's Center in Syracuse, New York.
Shannon Salter lives and writes in Las Vegas, where she has recently completed her MFA at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Her poems have appeared and are forthcoming in The Bitter Oleander, Skidrow Penthouse, and The Desert Companion. Kylan Rice has poetry published or forthcoming in ILK Journal, The Mayo Review, Brusque Magazine, Thrush, decomP magazinE, and elsewhere. He is editor for Likewise Folio. He lives in Utah.
Jessica Scicchitano co - co - co hosts a radio show and smokes too much weed. Mark Seidl loves New York's Hudson Valley, where he works as a special collections librarian, though he wishes more dogwood trees grew there. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Alice Blue Review, The Bakery, NAP, and other print and online journals.