Terin Weinberg is an MFA candidate and Graduate Teaching Assistant at Florida International University in Miami, Florida. She graduated with degrees in Environmental Studies and English from Salisbury University in Maryland. She serves as the Poetry Editor for Gulf Stream Magazine, and has been published in journals including: The Normal School, Flyway: Journal of Writing & Environment, Moon City Press, Split Rock Review, and Waccamaw. She was featured in Z-Publishing House’s: Best Emerging Poets of 2019 series. Her work is forthcoming in Press 53, Split Rock Review, and Rewilding: Poems for the Environment, a 2020 anthology.
Randi Clemens is a north central Illinois native and a current MFA poetry candidate at Northern Michigan University. At NMU she teaches composition and creative writing. She also serves as Managing Editor of Passages North. You can find her retweeting poets and writing 280 character nonsense on Twitter @randiclem
Kelsey is an Arizona-based writer with a passion for the circus and performing arts. She is elated to say that this year her work has appeared in Indie Blu(e)'s anthology SMITTEN: This is What Love Looks Like, Duck Lake Journal, Harpur Palate, Claw & Blossom, and now Meow Meow Pow Pow! This story was inspired by the true fact that everyone in her family has uneven eyes.
Miguel Angel Vega is currently studying at California State University, San Bernardino for his Master's degree in English Literature. In 2018 his poem "Valley of the Dolls" was collected in issue thirty six of Pacific Review, in which he also served as an editor for twenty weeks. His poem "College Drives Down to Laguna Beach" is set for publication in Allegory Ridge's debut poetry anthology, "Aurora." He is currently working on a short film/anthology project with La Chingona Films and Victoriam Media.