Tomás Q. Morín’s is the author of Patient Zero and A Larger Country, winner of the APR/Honickman Prize and runner-up for the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award. He is co-editor with Mari L’Esperance of the anthology, Coming Close: 40 Essays on Philip Levine, and translator of The Heights of Macchu Picchu by Pablo Neruda. He is at work on a memoir about fathers. He teaches at Drew University and in the low residency MFA program of Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Elizabeth Schmuhl is a multidisciplinary artist and the author Premonitions (Wayne State University Press, 2018). She illustrates essays for The Rumpus, has taught writing at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and currently works at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts.
Sasha Fletcher is the author of it is going to be a good year (Big Lucks Books, 2016), several chapbooks of poetry, and an out of print novella.
Charlotte Seley is a writer and poet from the Hudson Valley region of New York, currently residing in Kansas City. Her first collection of poetry, The World is My Rival, is out now from Spuyten Duyvil Publishing. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College where she served as Editor-in-Chief and Poetry Editor of Redivider and read poetry for Ploughshares.