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Amy Saul-Zerby

Editor-in-Chief

Amy Saul-Zerby is a Philadelphia-based poet. Her first collection, Paper Flowers Imaginary Birds, was published by Be About It Press in 2017, and her second collection, Deep Camouflage, was published by Civil Coping Mechanisms in 2018. She is the author of the Notable Philadelphia column at The Rumpus. Learn more at amysaulzerby.com


I.S. Jones

Editor

I.S. Jones is a poet, educator, and music & culture journalist hailing from Southern California. She is a second-year fellow with The Watering Hole, and a fellow at BOAAT and Callaloo. I.S. is very Blk & loud about her joy. She was nominated for a Pushcart Prize is 2016. Apart from Voicemail Poetry, she is an Assistant Editor at Chaparral. Her works have appeared in The Harpoon Review, Fat City Review, The Blueshift Journal, Wusgood.black, and forthcoming in Anomaly! (formerly Drunken Boat), great weather for MEDIA, and the Black Voices Series with Puerto Del Sol. She received her MFA from Hofstra University. I.S. is currently running for Poet Laureate of the Moon. Twitter / IG: @isjonespoetry. Facebook: www.facebook.com/isjonespoetry


Logen Cure

Editor

Logen Cure is a poet and teacher. She is the author of three chapbooks: Still (Finishing Line Press 2015), Letters to Petrarch (Unicorn Press 2015)and In Keeping (Unicorn Press 2008)Her work also appears in Word Riot, Radar Poetry, IndieFeed: Performance Poetry, The Boiler, and elsewhere. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She lives in Texas with her wife. Learn more at www.logencure.com.


Zach Blackwood

Events Coordinator

zach blackwood is a poet and performance curator in philadelphia, pa. he is the author of SEXY UNIQUE HOLLOW POINT forthcoming from glo worm press in summer 2019. he has poems published in peach magocculum, bedfellows magazine, maudlin house, and elsewhere. he lives with a rotisserie angel of a dog named pig and is available on the world wide web @blackwhom.


Faye Chevalier

Editor

Faye Chevalier is a Philadelphia-based poet and essayist. She is the author of the chapbook, future.txt (Empty Set Press 2018), and her work has been featured in The Wanderer, Peach Mag, Witch Craft Magazine, the tiny, and elsewhere. Some of her awards and recognitions include being the first poet ever to have work published in a cyberpunk tabletop rpg podcast (Neoscum 2018) and also a Pushcart nomination. Find her on Twitter where she cries about cyborgs, vampires, and having a body at @bratcore.

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