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Bunkong Tuon is the author of Gruel (2015) and And So I Was Blessed (2017), both poetry collections published by NYQ Books, and a regular contributor to Cultural Weekly. He is also an associate professor of English and Asian Studies at Union College, in Schenectady, NY.Read More
Joe Nasta is a queer writer and mariner who splits his time between Seattle, New York, and the ocean. He is an alum of the US Merchant Marine Academy and several workshops at Brooklyn Poets, Hugo House, and Corporeal Writing. His work has been featured by Brooklyn Poets’ The Bridge and published in Running Wild Press Anthology of Stories. He produces digital zines at issuu.com/joenasta and posts poetry, art, and thoughts on Instagram @jrnasta and Twitter @roflcoptermcgeeRead More
Taleen Kali is a cosmic punk femme and all around badass. She's a musician, artist, yogi, and writer who is making waves with her amazing jams. Kali, who lives in LA, is is releasing her debut solo album, Soul Songs, on Lolipop Records this summer; as of now, two of the singles on the album are on Spotify and Bandcamp, and already getting hype from places like BUST.
Gary Charles Wilkens’ first book, The Red Light Was My Mind, won the 2006 Texas Review Breakthrough Poetry Prize. His manuscript Fayetteville was a Finalist in the 2014 Moon City Review Poetry Contest. His poems have appeared more than 70 journals and anthologies, including The Texas Review, Moon City Review, Passages North, the Adirondack Review, James Dickey Review, Melancholy Hyperbole, and Midwest Quarterly. His fiction has appeared in Drunk Monkeys, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, and Pale Ghosts Magazine. His day job is Associate Professor of English at Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Virginia.Read More