Robbie Q. Telfer has performed and taught in hundreds of venues and institutions around the world. A co-founder of the Encyclopedia Show, he's been an individual finalist at the National Poetry Slam and has a collection from Write Bloody Publishing. He is currently an environmental educator at The Morton Arboretum outside of Chicago and he facilitates a bi-weekly, online poetry writing workshop called "More of a Comment Than a Question."
Libby Oren (she/her) is a Los Angeles based poet studying Agroecology at UC Santa Cruz. She graduated from Venice High School, where she was the co-captain of the poetry team. She made it to finals of the GetLit Poetry Competition twice with her team, participated in the Emerging Writers Fellowship twice, and is a two-time finalist in GetLit’s Why I Rise Competition. She is currently a GetLit Player. When she’s not writing, she can be found attempting to save her local garden, or otherwise enjoying the nature of California. She plans to combine her passion for mental health and the environment in the future. She also loves fountain pens.
Barracuda Guarisco is the Editor-in-Chief of Really Serious Literature. He is the author of several collections, including “Uncomfortable Music” (Vegetarian Alcoholic Press) and “SCANNNNdy” (Feral Dove Books) co-written with KKUURRTT. You can find him wherever people are.
Robin Gow is a trans and queer poet and Young Adult author from rural Pennsylvania. Robin is the author of the chapbook HONEYSUCKLE by Finishing Line Press and the collection OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL DEGENERACY by Tolsun Books. Their first YA novel in verse, A Million Quiet Revolutions, is forthcoming winter 2022 with FSG Books for Young readers and their first essay collection, BLUEBLOOD, is forthcoming summer 2021 with the Nasiona Publishing House.