Talitha Ford is a student and Genetics research assistant living in Iowa. She spends her days at a microscope looking at worms and writes poetry at night or in the gaps between experiments. She likes to focus on modern vernacular as poetry, and attributes this to a strange email exchange involving her cactus, Copernicus (sadly, not pictured).
Alana Saltz is a poet, writer, and disability rights activist. She received her MFA in Writing from Antioch University Los Angeles. Her work has appeared in Words Dance, Rust+Moth, Anti-Heroin Chic, The East Jasmine Review, LadyLibertyLit, voxpoetica, and more. You can visit her website at alanasaltz.com and follow her on Twitter and Instagram @alanasaltz.
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Suzanne Verrall lives in Adelaide, South Australia. Her flash fiction, essays and poetry appear in Atlas and Alice, Monkeybicycle, Archer Magazine, Lip Magazine, Poetry NZ Yearbook 2017, Australian Poetry Journal, and others. Check out her work at http://www.suzanneverrall.com/
Dani Burbrook is a visual and sound artist who likes to collaborate. Like her work? Want to utilise her talents? Contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org