Gina Tron is the author of several books, including her newest memoir "Eat, Fuck, (Write About) Murder." In 2014, Interview Magazine called her debut memoir "You're Fine." "vibrant, darkly funny, and courageously candid." Her 2020 poetry book “Star 67” contains a poem that has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She wrote true crime for Oxygen for six years and wrote reported pieces for various outlets, including The Washington Post, VICE, Politico, and The Daily Beast. She is an adjunct professor at Norwich University in Vermont, and edits copy about substance use disorder and mental health. You can find more of her work at her website:ginatron.net
Originally from California, Jason Masino received his BA in Dramatic Art from the University of California, Davis, and his MFA in Poetry from Regis University. His work has been published in Cultural Daily, Inverted Syntax, Rigorous, South Florida Poetry Journal, fifth wheel press, and many others. His debut book of poetry, Sinner's Prayer, was released in winter 2022 by Passengers Press. He currently lives in Denver, Colorado.
Bart Edelman’s poetry collections include Crossing the Hackensack, Under Damaris’ Dress, The Alphabetof Love, The Gentle Man, The Last Mojito, The Geographer’s Wife, Whistling to Trick the Wind, and This Body Is Never at Rest: New and Selected Poems 1993 – 2023, forthcoming from Meadowlark Press. He has taught at Glendale College, where he edited Eclipse, a literary journal, and, most recently, in the MFA program at Antioch University, Los Angeles. His work has been widely anthologized in textbooks published by City Lights Books, Etruscan Press, Fountainhead Press, Harcourt Brace, Longman, McGraw-Hill, Prentice Hall, Simon & Schuster, Thomson/Heinle, the University of Iowa Press, Wadsworth, and others. He lives in Pasadena, California.