Tria Wood lives in Houston, Texas, where she helps children become creative writers through the Writers in the Schools program. Her poetry, fiction, and essays have appeared in Sugar House Review, Rattle, Mom Egg Review, Literary Mama, Bayou Magazine, and other publications. Her work has also been featured in art galleries and public art projects […]
Charlie Sterchi lives in Gainesville, Florida, where he studies fiction at MFA@FLA, the writing program at the University of Florida.
Dana Sonnenschein is a professor at Southern Connecticut State University, where she teaches literature and creative writing. Her prize-winning publications include creative nonfiction (“Figuration,” winner of Quarter After Eight’s Robert J. DeMott Prose Contest, 2005) and poetry (Bear Country, winner of the 2008 NFSPS Stevens Manuscript Award, and Corvus, winner of the Quentin R. Howard […]
Maggie Queeney reads and writes in a pink house in Chicago. Her most recent work can be found in PInwheel, Copper Nickel, Matter, and Southern Poetry Review.
Emily Pérez is the author of House of Sugar, House of Stone, and the chapbook Backyard Migration Route. She holds degrees from Stanford and the University of Houston, where she was poetry editor for Gulf Coast and taught with Writers in the Schools. Her poems have appeared in journals including Poetry Quarterly, Bennington Review, Crab […]
Sarah Rose Nordgren is the author of the poetry collections Best Bones (2014), and Darwin’s Mother (forthcoming 2017), both from University of Pittsburgh Press. Her poems and essays appear widely in journals such as Agni, Ploughshares, The Kenyon Review Online, Copper Nickel, and American Poetry Review. Native to North Carolina, Nordgren is a PhD candidate […]