Micheline Maylor was Calgary’s Poet Laureate 2016-18. Her latest poetry collection Little Wildheart (U of Alberta Press) was long listed for both the Pat Lowther and Raymond Souster awards. She teaches creative writing at Mount Royal University and the University of Calgary.
John Mancini is a writer and musician whose poetry and fiction have appeared in New England Review, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, SmokeLong Quarterly, New World Writing, Best Small Fictions, and elsewhere. He earned an MFA from SF State and an MA from the University of Southern Mississippi. A former writing instructor at the University of Maryland […]
Laura Schneider splits her time between Brooklyn, New York and Abu Dhabi, UAE. Working across disciplines, her art practice challenges personal and historical narratives through portraying the complexities of memory, language, the archive, and the ego. Schneider holds a Master’s in Art Education for Social Justice (NYU, 2011) and a Master’s in Fine Arts in […]
Yumi Dineen Shiroma is a PhD student in English at Rutgers University, studying postcolonial and queer theories and literatures. Her poetry has previously appeared in BOMB, Hyperallergic, Peach Mag, and Nat. Brut. Her chaplet, A Novel Depicting “the” “Asian” “American” “Experience,” was published by Belladonna* in fall 2018. She lives in Philadelphia with Signora Neroni […]
Natasha Sajé was born in Munich, Germany, the only child of two parents displaced by the events of WWII. She learned English from Romper Room and in kindergarten in the suburbs of New York City. She loves to cook and eat as much as she loves to write and read. She is the author of […]
Judith Roney is the author of According to the Gospel of Haunted Women (ELJ Publications, 2015), Bless the Wayward Boy, (Honorable Mention, Two Sylvias Press), Waiting for Rain (Finalist, Two Sylvias Press 2017), and Field Guide for A Human (Runner-Up, Gambling the Aisle 2015 Chapbook Contest). Her poems and other writing have appeared in many […]