Kate Lutzner‘s poetry and stories have appeared in such journals as Antioch Review, Mississippi Review, The Brooklyn Rail, BlazeVOX, Rattle and Barrow Street. She was awarded the Robert Frost Poetry Prize by Kenyon College and is recipient of the Jerome Lowell Dejur Award and the Stark Short Fiction Prize. Kate holds a J.D. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and an MFA from City College. She has been featured in Verse Daily. Kate recently published a novel, The Only One Who Loves You, on Amazon Kindle.
Sean DesVignes is a recipient of the 2015 Beinecke Scholarship & author of the chapbook Take My Eyes To The Dry Cleaners (evolNYC 2014). His poetry has won the Beatrice Dubin Rose Award & the Burton A. Goldberg Poetry Prize. His work appears or is forthcoming in African-American Review, Vinyl, [PANK], & more. Sean is a member of the Divine Fabrics Collective, a Cave Canem Fellow & a Callaloo Fellow.
Olivia Grayson writes prose and poetry that combine pop culture with autobiography in an effort to explore the experience of living in a society that sells the promise of ideal beauty, ideal romance, and ideal interventions. Her recent chapbooks include, Cat Lament (2013) and the forthcoming, Being Female. Olivia teaches expository writing and critical reading.
Jim Behrle lives in Brooklyn. His latest chapbooks are SUCCUBUS BLUES (Editions Louis Wain) and IT SERVES ME RIGHT TO SUFFER (Hotel Poetry).