Taylor Grueser was born and raised on a small farm in Athens, Ohio. She is currently working towards a master’s degree in mathematics with the hopes of studying ancient languages through the use of mathematical methods. In her free time, she enjoys writing poetry, drinking craft beer, and exploring the hills of Southeastern Ohio with a flock of dachshunds.
Cameron Monteith is a Hispanic undergrad currently stuck in the Alamo. He is a poetry editor at The Oakland Review, and has had work published within Sonder Midwest and The Magazine. Cameron can be found on Instagram at @enchilada89 and in your nearest fishbowl.
Lucy Zhang writes, codes and watches anime. Her work was selected for Best Microfiction 2021 and Best Small Fictions 2021, and was longlisted in the Wigleaf Top 50. She edits for Barren Magazine, Heavy Feather Review and Pithead Chapel. Find her at https://kowaretasekai.wordpress.com/ or on Twitter @Dango_Ramen.
Kristin Garth is a Pushcart, Rhysling nominated sonneteer and a Best of the Net 2020 finalist. Her sonnets have stalked journals like Glass, Yes, Five:2:One, Luna Luna and more. She is the author of 23 books of poetry including Candy Cigarette Womanchild Noir (Hedgehog Poetry Press) and Atheist Barbie (Maverick Duck Press). She is the founder of Pink Plastic House a tiny journal and co-founder of Performance Anxiety, an online poetry reading series. Follow her on Twitter: (@lolaandjolie)and her websitekristingarth.com