Kristin Xinming Chang (she/her) lives in NY & works for Winter Tangerine. She is a former freelance writer for Teen Vogue & a current college student. Her debut chapbook “PAST LIVES, FUTURE BODIES” is forthcoming from Black Lawrence Press (Oct. 2018).
Nancy Huang grew up in America and China. She is a winner of the 2016 Write Bloody Poetry Chapbook contest, an Andrew Julius Gutow Academy of American Poets Prize, a Regents Arts & Humanities Award finalist, a James F. Parker Award in Poetry, a 2015 YoungArts Finalist prize, and more. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Vinyl, Bodega Magazine, TRACK//FOUR, Winter Tangerine Review, The Shade Journal, and others. She was a member of UT Spitshine, and competed/resisted at CUPSI 2017 in Chicago, where all her poems were nominated for Best of the Rest. She is an alum of VONA and the Iowa Writer’s Workshop summer graduate session. Her debut poetry collection, Favorite Daughter, is out by Write Bloody Publishing (purchase here).