Anne Cecelia Holmes is the author of a full-length poetry collection, The Jitters (horse less press, forthcoming 2015), and two chapbooks: Junk Parade (dancing girl press 2012) and I Am A Natural Wonder (co-authored with Lily Ladewig; Blue Hour Press 2011). Her poems have been published in jubilat, Conduit, Denver Quarterly, iO: A Journal of New American Poetry, Sixth Finch, and OmniVerse, among other places. She is a co-editor of Jellyfish Magazine and lives in Western Massachusetts.
Kelin Loe is the author of These Are The Gloria Stories (Factory Hollow Press 2014). She is founding co-editor of SPOKE TOO SOON: A Journal of the Longer, the host of Flying Object Radio, and a tour guide at the Emily Dickinson Museum. She is the author of the chapbook The Motorist (minutesBOOKS 2010). Her recent work can be found in jubilat, Pinwheel, iO: A Journal of New American Poetry, Epiphany Magazine, notnostrums, Specter Magazine, and STOKED. She received a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2012, and is currently working towards a PhD in Rhetoric and Composition at the same institution. She lives in Northampton, MA, with her partner, Michael, and their rabbit, Owl.
Kristen Evans is a graduate of the MFA Program for Poets and Writers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her poetry and criticism have appeared in ILK, Denver Quarterly, iO: A Journal of New American Poetry, Kenyon Review Online, and other journals. She lives in Boston.
Zoe Rana Mungin was born and raised East New York, part of Brooklyn where white people still won’t wander. She’s a graduate of Wellesley College, and currently writes and teaches in Western Massachusetts where she’s earning an MFA from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. She watches a lot of hockey. She’s working on a project that explores the intersection of colored girls and Sailor Moon.
Victoria Cho's writing has appeared in Perigree, The Collagist, After Eight and Word Riot. Her collages have appeared in glitterMOB, Twelfth House, Bushwick Open Studios and Stand Clear of the Closing Doors at LaunchPad. She was born in Virginia and now lives in Brooklyn NY. She is a VONA/Voices alumna. You can find her online at victoriareassembled.tumblr.com.
Daniela Olszewska is the author of four collections of poetry, including cloudfang : : cakedirt (Horse Less Press, 2012) and Citizen J (Artifice, 2013). She teaches composition and creative writing at community colleges and correctional facilities throughout the Chicagoland area.