Hannah Kidder is a writer, among other things. Her writing has appeared in literary journals including Sucharnochee Review, Mosaic, Crack the Spine, The Oracle, and Habitat Magazine. She lives in south Louisiana with her roommate, Saya, who is a dog. Hannah creates writing tutorials and reviews at https://www.youtube.com/user/HannieHee
Henry Goldkamp has lived along the Mississippi River his entire life. Recent work appears in Cutbank, SLANT, Bridge Eight, Blood Orange Review, mojo, and Permafrost. His work was recently nominated for a Pushcart and two Best of the Nets. His public art projects have been covered by Time and NPR.
Nick van Hofwegen is a Dutch goofball and friendly multi-media artist. At the moment, he makes nice sounds, pictures, and jokes from NYC / LA. Some folks who are in on the joke include Maroon 5, Robin Thicke, Velvet Teen, Foster the People, Barns Courtney and Mikky Ekko. Nick has also played key roles in the music projects Mr. Sanka and Sharer. Most importantly, Nick is the mastermind behind the clandestine Young & Sick, and is hard at work on his second full-length record. In the meantime, he's about to drop the most delicious new EP--Ojai--for you to whet your soul's appetite come January 2018. Its goal is to give listeners something to dance and cry to while having weird sex at the same time. In other words: go for it all, friend.
Emma Johnson-Rivard is a Masters student at Hamline University. She received her undergraduate degree in Film Studies at Smith College in Massachusetts and currently lives in Minnesota with her dogs and far too many books. Her work has appeared in Mistake House, Moon City Review, and the Santa Ana River Review.
Yuan Changming published monographs on translation before leaving China. With a Canadian PhD in English, Yuan currently edits Poetry Pacific with Allen Yuan and hosts Happy Yangsheng in Vancouver; credits include ten Pushcart and three Best of the Net nominations, Best of the Best Canadian Poetry (2008-17), Best New Poems On Line, Threepenny Review and 1,389 others across 41 countries.