Grey Vild is a Queer Art Mentorship & Brooklyn Poets fellow & a MFA candidate in poetry at Rutgers University. His work can be found at Them, Vetch, Harriet: The Blog and elsewhere.
Laura Buccieri: A Man’s Job
Laura Buccieri lives in Manhattan, where she is an MFA candidate at The New School. She is a participant of Ashbery's Home School. You can find her forthcoming and most recent work in Prelude, Potluck, Word Riot, The Seventh Wave, Nourrir, Public Pool, Entropy, and FORTH. She works at Freeman’s Journal and Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop. Check out more of her work here: laurabuccieri.com.
Jack Sullivan: Standing at the Edge of the World
Jack Sullivan is a multidisciplinary artist from Illinois. He graduated Sarah Lawrence College, where he concentrated in International Relations. After graduation he lectured for a year at Chongqing University of Arts and Sciences in southwest China. Some of his poetry can be found or is upcoming in In Parentheses and Ilya's Honey. Currently he is studying to receive his M.F.A. in Screenwriting at Brooklyn College.
Jody Chan: Not a Woman, Not Not a Woman
Jody Chan is a writer and organizer based in Tkaronto/Toronto. They are a 2017 VONA alum and the 2018 winner of the Third Coast Poetry Contest, judged by Sarah Kay. Their first chapbook is forthcoming in 2018 with Damaged Goods Press, and their poetry is published or forthcoming in BOAAT, Nat. Brut, The Shade Journal, and elsewhere. They can be found online at https://www.jodychan.com/ and offline in bookstores or dog parks.
Afieya Kipp: A Queer Black Girl Defines 'Experience'
Afieya Kipp (she/her) is a queer poet, editor and text-based artist born in Brooklyn, NY. She lives in northern New Jersey where she carries poems in her wallet and is an MFA candidate at Lindenwood University. Follow her on Twitter @AfieyaK
Hannah Bishop: I Will Never Be a Galaxy
Hannah Bishop is an MFA poetry candidate at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She is originally from New Jersey. She works in a gastroenterology office but usually prefers reading poems to looking at pictures of intestines. Hannah especially enjoys sweets, cartoons, fun facts, and her dog, Teek. Her work has appeared in Noble / Gas Qtrly and Seneca Review.