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Carolyn Kuebler has published her fiction in journals such as The Common, The Literary Review, and Copper Nickel, and has an essay forthcoming in the Massachusetts Review. Her recently completed novel is Liquid, Fragile, Perishable. She was a founding editor of Rain Taxi and is current editor of New England Review. She lives in Vermont.
Amanda Parrish Morgan's first book, STROLLER, is forthcoming from Bloomsbury’s Object Lesson series in 2022. Some of her essays have appeared in Guernica, The Rumpus, The Millions, n+1, Electric Literature, Carve, The American Scholar and the Ploughshares Blog. She has also written about long-distance running and teaching for places like JSTOR Daily, The Washington Post, Real Simple, Women’s Running and ESPNW. Amanda lives in Connecticut with her husband and two kids where she teaches at Fairfield University and the Westport Writers’ Workshop.
Ashton Politanoff is a frequent contributor to the literary annual NOON. His novel You’ll like it here will be published by Dalkey Archive in 2022. He lives in Redondo Beach, California.
Emmalea Russo is a writer, artist, and educator. Her books are G (2018) and Wave Archive (2019). Her essays, reviews, and poems have appeared widely in print and on the web, most recently in Artforum, BOMB, The Brooklyn Rail, Granta, Gulf Coast, Hyperallergic, Los Angeles Review of Books, and Schlag Magazine. She received her MFA in Art from Pratt Institute and is currently pursuing a PhD in Philosophy. She lives at the Jersey shore and co-edits Asphalte Magazine.
Kyra Simone is a writer from Los Angeles, now based in Brooklyn. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in a variety of literary journals, including Conjunctions, The Brooklyn Rail, BOMB, Entropy, The Anthology of Best American Experimental Writing, and elsewhere. She is a member of the publishing collective Ugly Duckling Presse and works as an associate editor at Zone Books.