Dylan Krieger is a divining rod of ungodly proportions in south Louisiana. She lives in the back of a little brick house with a feline reincarnation of Catherine the Great and sunlights as a trade mag editor. She earned her BA in English and philosophy from the University of Notre Dame and her MFA in creative writing from Louisiana State University, where she won the Robert Penn Warren Award in 2015. She is the author of "Giving Godhead" (Delete Press, 2017), "dreamland trash" (Saint Julian Press, forthcoming), "no ledge left to love" (Ping-Pong Free Press, forthcoming), and--most recently--an autobiographical meditation on the Church of Euthanasia. Find her at www.dylankrieger.com.
Tim Cummings is a current MFA candidate in Creative Writing at Antioch University Los Angeles. Recent publications include F(r)iction, Lunch Ticket, and the recently-released ANTHOLOGY: The Ojai Playwrights Conference Youth Workshop 2006-2016, which he compiled and edited; it features 10 years' worth of writing by teens. He holds a BFA in Acting from NYU and is the recipient of two Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards for Best Lead Actor and Best Ensemble, an LA Weekly Award for Best Supporting Actor, and a StageSceneLA Award for Performance of the Year.
Emily Perkins is a fifteen-year-old writer currently in her sophomore year of high school. Her work can be found in Open Thought Vortex Magazine and Degenerates: Voices For Peace. When not lying in the middle of the road stargazing with a frog-shaped mug of peppermint tea, she can be found on Instagram at randomprettytrees.
Katie Annette Murphy writes short stories, poetry and comics out of Lakewood, Ohio, where she lives with her husband and cat. She is among the few who can rock a flip phone in 2017, and would love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org