Amy Saul-Zerby is the author of two poetry collections, Paper Flowers Imaginary Birds (Be About It Press) and Deep Camouflage (Civil Coping Mechanisms). Her poems have appeared in The Rumpus, The Chicago Review of Books, American Poetry Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, and elsewhere. Learn more at amysaulzerby.com
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.
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.
Robin Smith is a femme, queer, writer & scholar originally from Northern California. Robin is the author of the chapbook “Confessions of a Love Addict” (Dancing Girl Press, 2020) winner of the Academy of American Poets Prize, Thomas McGrath Award for poetry, the Katherine B. Tiffany Award, among others. Her work has appeared in By & By poetry review, Aji Literary Magazine, Visual Artists Collective, Westwind, Legendary Review, PACIFICReview among many others. Her work has also been featured in anthologies such as Bliss and Drawn to Comics. She was the lead poetry editor for the Northridge Review, and founded is chief editor for Glut Poetry Review. Robin Smith was the judge of the 2019 Rachel Sherman award for up and coming poets. She received her B.A and M.A in Creative Writing (poetry) from California State Northridge and is currently attending the University of North Dakota where she is pursuing her Doctorate in Creative Writing. Her major fields include Post-1945 American literature (fiction with an emphasis on identity) and Contemporary Lyric Poetry. Robin currently teaches Writing Composition for the Launch program at Lake Region State College in Grand Forks, North Dakota. She also teaches kindergarten at Grand Forks Montessori Academy.
Rodrick Minor is a Mississippi & Louisiana native. He’s a poet, visual artist, and grits aficionado currently residing in Charlotte. Rodrick is a four time member of the Baton Rouge National Poetry Slam Team, the 2015 Baton Rouge Grand Slam Champion, Red Stick Regional Slam Team Champion and a member of the 2016 Philadelphia National Poetry Slam Team. He’s also a 2020 Best of Net Finalists, a Watering Hole Fellow, Winter Tangerine Workshop Alumnus, Hurston/Wright Fellow and 2020 BOAAT Press Fellow. He was a top ten finalist for Blood Orange Review’s Inaugural Literary Contest as well. Currently he’s a MFA candidate at Randolph College and recipient of the Nancy Craig Blackburn ’71 Fellow. His work has been published and featured in Voicemail Poems, Duende, Knights Library Magazine, American Poetry Review, All Def Poetry, Micro Podcast (forthcoming) and other publications.
Edythe Rodriguez is a Philly-based poet who studied Africology and creative writing at Temple University. She loves neo-soul, battle rap, and long walks through old poetry journals. She has received fellowships from The Watering Hole, Brooklyn Poets, and Palm Beach Poetry Festival. Her work is a call for aggressive healing and is published in Obsidian, Sonku Literary Magazine, Call and Response Journal and Bayou Magazine. More of her work can be found at www.edytherodriguez.com or on Instagram @edythejai.