Laura Marie Marciano is a poet and media artist interested in public vs. private space, confession, teenage narratives, and comfort objects. The author of MALL BRAT, just published by Civil Coping Mechanisms, she holds an MFA from Brooklyn College and is an adjunct professor at Fairfield University.
Dolan Morgan lives in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. He is the author of two story collections: INSIGNIFICANT (Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2016) and THAT'S WHEN THE KNIVES COME DOWN (Aforementioned Productions, 2014).
Sasha Fletcher is the author of it is going to be a good year (Big Lucks Books, 2015), several chapbooks of poetry, and an out of print novella.
Rin Johnson is a photo conceptual artist and poet. Interested in the intersections of lived-space and memory, Johnson has a BFA in photography and urban planning from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Johnson has exhibited widely in exhibitions and fairs in Berlin, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, New Haven, New York, and San Francisco. Some notable fairs include: AIPAD, Paris Photo LA / Paris and SPRING/BREAK Art Show. Born in San Francisco; Johnson lives in Brooklyn. Johnson writes for the Brooklyn Rail and teaches image literacy and photography at Bruce High Quality Foundation University (BHQFU).