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Katie Gleason's poetry has appeared in Rust + Moth, Foliate Oak, Eunoia Review and O-Dark-Thirty, among others. Katie is a workshop teacher for The Writers Studio Tucson and a student in their Master Class. She lives in Arizona and is a social worker and counselor when she's not writing.Read More
Julia Knobloch is a journalist and translator turned project manager and executive assistant. Before moving to New York from Berlin, she worked 10+ years as a writer and producer for TV documentaries and radio features. Her essays and reportages have been published in print and online publications in Germany, Argentina, and the US (openDemocracy, Brooklyn Rail, Reality Sandwich). She occasionally blogs for ReformJudaism.org, and she recently was awarded the Poem of the Year prize from Brooklyn Poets for her poem Daylight Saving Time. Julia lives in Sunset Park.Read More
Eleanor Levine's writing has appeared in more than 50 publications, including SRPR (Spoon River Poetry Review), Wigleaf, Barrelhouse (online), Heavy Feather Review, Denver Quarterly, Evergreen, Pank, Fiction and The Breakwater Review; forthcoming work in Artemis, (b)OINK and Williard & Maple. Levine’s poetry collection, Waitress at the Red Moon Pizzeria, was released in 2016 by Unsolicited Press (Davis, California). Eleanor received her MFA in Creative Writing from Hollins University in 2007. She is currently a medical editor living in Philadelphia with her dog Morgan.
Caitlin Wolper graduated this past May from Penn State, where she earned a Master's in English with a focus in poetry. Her most recent and upcoming publications include the Voices Israel Anthology and Z Publishing's Best Emerging Poets series. Also a journalist and writer, she has bylines in MTV News, Brooklyn Magazine, Reuters, and New York Family, among others. She currently works as the Social Media Manager for Northside Media in Brooklyn. Follow her on Twitter @CaitlinWolperRead More