Joshua Bird is a modern hermit. He can(not) be found hiding from the oppressive Floridian sun by day & wallowing in sentences that hang slightly ajar by night. His work can be or will be found in Eye Flash Poetry, Ink in Thirds, Silver Blade, & Visions International.
Libby Christensen currently resides in Wenatchee, Washington. She is a Professional and Creative Writing major and Communications minor at Central Washington University. This is her first submission of poems to any magazine publication.
Austin Davis’ poetry has been published widely in literary journals and magazines. Most recently, his work can be found in Pif Magazine, Folded Word, The Poetry Shed, In Between Hangovers and Spillwords. His first chapbook, The Moon and Her Ocean, was published in 2017 by Fowlpox Press. Austin’s poetry is forthcoming from Your One Phone Call, and Street Lights Press and his first full-length collection, Cloudy Days, Still Nights was released by Moran Press on May 27, 2018.
Caitlin Gaudio is an undergraduate studying Biomedical Sciences. After school, she intends to work in healthcare. Caitlin has a lifelong passion for literature and various forms of creative writing. She has a poetry chapbook “These Celestial Bodies” published by Moonchild Magazine. The Northeast United States is where she calls home.
Kayla King’s work has been published by or is forthcoming from One For One Thousand, Germ Magazine, Five 2 One Magazine, Plath Poetry Project, Cat on a Leash Review, MockingHeart Review, Figroot Press, Souvenir Lit Journal, Dear Damsels, The Mystic Blue Review, The Green Light, Firewords Magazine, and Twelve Winters Press.
Kim Peter Kovac
Kim Peter Kovac works nationally and internationally in theater for young audiences with an emphasis on new play development and networking. He tells stories on stages as producer of new plays, and tells stories in writing with lineated poems, prose poems, creative non-fiction, flash fiction, haiku, haibun, and microfiction, with work appearing or forthcoming in print and online in journals from Australia, India, Dubai (UAE), England, Scotland, Singapore, South Africa, and the USA.
Rachel Newcombe is a psychoanalyst in the San Juan Islands and Seattle, Washington. Her writing has appeared in Contemporary Psychoanalysis, The Psychoanalytic Review, The Rumpus, 7X7LA, Anti-Heroin Chic, Hippocampus, and elsewhere. She can be found on Twitter at @rachelnewcombe8
Firdaus, an avid reader and book hoarder, also enjoys tinkering with words. Though her first love is flash fiction, she surprises herself with a poem every now and then. Her prose and poetry have been published both online and in print. Currently, she is co-editing an anthology.
Jeffrey Zable is a teacher, conga drummer who plays Afro-Cuban folkloric music for dance classes, and a writer of poetry, short fiction, and non-fiction. His writing has appeared in hundreds of literary magazines and anthologies—most recently in Third Wednesday, After The Pause. Raw, The Soft Cartel, Spider Mirror, Midnight Lane, and many others.