TIM GLENCROSS is the author of the novels Barbarians (2014) and Days of the Dead (2017), both published in the UK by John Murray/Hachette. Barbarians was shortlisted for the Writers Guild of Great Britain's Best First Novel Award and Political Novel of the Year at the UK Political Book Awards.
LINDSAY HABERS work has appeared in McSweeney’s, The Normal School, Booth, and elsewhere. She won second place in Glimmer Train’s very short fiction contest and was published in their print journal.
EMILY WALLIS HUGHES is the author of Sugar Factory (Spuyten Duyvil, 2019), which includes a series of paintings by Sarah Riggs in collaboration with her poems. Emily's poems have been published in the Berkeley Poetry Review, Elderly, Gigantic Magazine, Menage, Painted Bride Quarterly, Prelude, A Women’s Thing, ZAUM, and other little magazines. She is an editor at Fence.
JOANNA FUHRMAN is the author of five books of poetry, including The Year of Yellow Butterflies (Hanging Loose Press, 2015) and Pageant (Alice James Books, 2009). Her poems have appeared in numerous journals, including The Believer, Conduit, Fence, New American Writing, and Volt as well as in various anthologies, including The Pushcart Prize 2011 and 365 Poems for Every Occasion (Abrams, 2015).
AMY LAWLESS is the author of MY DEAD (Octopus Books) and BROADAX (Octopus Books). A chapbook A Woman Alone is out from Sixth Finch Books. With Chris Cheney she is the author of the hybrid book I Cry: The Desire to Be Rejected from Pioneer Works Press' Groundworks Series (2016). Poems have appeared widely.
CAOLAN MADDEN holds an MFA from Johns Hopkins and a PhD in English literature from Rutgers, where she teaches creative writing, literature, and composition. Her chapbook VAST NECROHOL was published last year by Hyacinth Girl Press.
RICHARD MURRAY’S poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in The Bitter Oleander, The Moth (Ireland), Slipstream, Poetry East, Santa Fe Literary Review, Rattle and additional journals.