Emily Corwin is an MFA candidate in poetry at Indiana University-Bloomington and the Poetry Editor for Indiana Review. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Gigantic Sequins, glitterMOB, Hobart, smoking glue gun, and Word Riot. Her chapbook, My Tall Handsome was recently published through Brain Mill Press. You can follow her at @exitlessblue.
Will Cordeiro received his MFA and Ph.D. from Cornell University. Recent work appears or is forthcoming in Birdfeast, DIAGRAM, Literary Orphans, New Madrid, Souvenir, Valparaiso Poetry Review, and elsewhere. He lives in Flagstaff, Arizona, where he is a faculty member in the Honors Program at Northern Arizona University.
Kristin Bock received her MFA in poetry from the University of Massachusetts Amherst Program for Poets and Writers. She currently teaches in the Business Communication Program at UMass. Her poetry has appeared in numerous online and print journals, including VERSE, Columbia, Pleiades, Prairie Schooner, The Black Warrior Review, Crazyhorse and FENCE. Her poems also live […]
Lauren Rachel Berman
Lauren Rachel Berman is a film director and poet from California. She has earned two BA degrees from California State University Northridge in Creative Writing and Cinema and Television Arts. She is working on a MFA in Poetry from the University of New Orleans.
Cristina J. Baptista
Cristina J. Baptista is a first-generation Portuguese-American writer and educator whose work is forthcoming or has appeared in New Millennium Writings, Adanna, DASH, The Cortland Review, Structo, Right Hand Pointing, and elsewhere. She holds a Ph.D. in English from Fordham University and teaches in Connecticut. In 2014, she was a 38th Voyager—one of 85 people […]
Brittney Scott’s first poetry collection, The Derelict Daughter, won the 2015 New American Press Poetry Prize. She is also a recipient of the Joy Harjo Prize for Poetry, as well as the Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Prize. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Best New Poets 2014, Prairie Schooner, The New Republic, Narrative […]