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Terri Muuss: Alternate Names for Rape Survivors

Terri Muuss is a social worker, director, performer, speaker, author & survivor whose poetry has received three Pushcart and two Best Of the Net nominations. Her first book, Over Exposed, was released in 2013 and in 2016 Terri co-edited an anthology of NY women poets entitled Grabbing the Apple. Terri has performed her one-woman show, Anatomy of a Doll, around the US and Canada since 1998. Her second book, godspine, is forthcoming from 3:A Taos Presswww.terrimuuss.com



Terri Muuss: Alternate Names for Rape Survivors

Vivien Yap: Someone Else to Yield

Vivien Yap is an aspiring writer and poet from Singapore. Growing up with loud thoughts in a quiet girl, Vivien’s poems have had to bear the brunt of her suppressed youth. Her style ricochets between loud, angry precipitations of her thoughts and fluffy, day-dreams of love and heartbreak. Vivien’s debut book ‘Can You Hear Me Now?’ is now available for purchase online. On days when she’s not writing poems, Vivien is also a singer-songwriter and is also working on her debut EP to be released in 2019. Website.

Vivien Yap: Someone Else to Yield

Leah Mueller: Don't Get Too Comfortable

Leah Mueller is an indie writer from Tacoma, Washington. She is the author of two chapbooks, “Queen of Dorksville” (Crisis Chronicles Press) and “Political Apnea” (Locofo Chaps) and three books, “Allergic to Everything”, (Writing Knights Press) “Beach Dweller Manifesto” (Writing Knights) and “The Underside of the Snake” (Red Ferret Press). Her work appears in Blunderbuss, Summerset Review, Outlook Springs, Crack the Spine, Atticus Review, Your Impossible Voice, and other publications. She was a featured poet at the 2015 New York Poetry Festival, and a runner-up in the 2012 Wergle Flomp humor poetry contest.


Leah Mueller: Don't Get Too Comfortable

Richelle Kota: I Have Survived, Too

Richelle Kota (she/they) is a writer, nature enthusiast, and a student living in Philadelphia. In 2017 she released her first self-published work, Where There Were Roses: A Memoir Through Poems. Her work has been published by Peach Mag, Cordella Magazine, Visual Verse, and Recenter Press. She aspires to live a very simple life on a farm with many pigs, goats, and dogs.

You can follow her on Instagram @tiniestdad

Richelle Kota: I Have Survived, Too

Rachel Evelyn Sucher: #MeToo Series

Rachel Evelyn Sucher is a queer-identified Vermont writer, activist, performer, horsewoman, and intersectional feminist. Her poems have been shortlisted for the International Literary Award (Rita Dove Award in Poetry) and the Dan Veach Prize for Younger Poets, and longlisted for the Brett Elizabeth Jenkins Poetry Prize. Rachel is the founder and editor-in-chief of COUNTERCLOCK literary & art journal, an editor at Sooth Swarm Journal, a social media manager at Half Mysticpublishing house & literary journal, and a founding member and editor at Mandatory Assembly literary journal.

Rachel Evelyn Sucher: #MeToo Series

MW Murphy: #MeToo Series

MW Murphy is a poet and novelist. She is the author of the novel Second Daughter, which was selected by NPR’s Faith Middleton as a “shelf-tracker” book of the month, and was also a featured book at R J Julia Booksellers. MW was selected for publication in the “Open Weave” poetry anthology published by Curbstone Press / Northwestern University, which also awarded her first place in its Poet Laureate Division. She has a short piece of fiction in the anthology Gathered Light published by Three O’ Clock Press in May 2013. MW also has poems in the international poetry anthology series “The Art of Being Human - Volume 13, Volume 14, and Volume 15”, all of which were published in 2015, and a short story in the anthology A Shadow Map published in 2017. MW is currently nearing completion of her urban sci/fi fantasy novel The Girl in the Bookstore which takes place mostly in Manhattan’s East Village.              

MW Murphy: #MeToo Series

Lois Roma-Deeley: #MeToo Series

Lois Roma-Deeley's poetry collection, The Short List of Certainties, won the Jacopone da Todi Book Prize (Franciscan University Press, 2017). She is the author of three previous collections of poetry: Rules of HungernorthSight and High Notes—a Paterson Poetry Prize Finalist. Roma-Deeley’s poems are featured in numerous literary journals and anthologies, nationally and internationally, such as Spillway, North Dakota Quarterly, Villanelles (Pocket Poet Series), Rabbit and many more.  Currently she serves as Associate Editor of Presence. www.loisroma-deeley.com/

Lois Roma-Deeley: #MeToo Series

Jamie Agnello: #MeToo Series

Jamie Agnello, "who is a human, not a puppet...(NY Times)" is a theater artist, writer, and puppeteer based in Brooklyn. She is a staff member/performer/collaborator with Trusty Sidekick Theater Company, a teaching artist with The New Victory Theater, and a florist with Stems Brooklyn. MFA Poetry & MFA Theater from Sarah Lawrence College. www.jamieagnello.com

Jamie Agnello: #MeToo Series

Christopher Morgan: #MeToo Series

Christopher Morgan is a Lebanese American poet and editor who grew up in Detroit, the Bible Belt of Georgia, and the San Francisco Bay Area, where he currently lives and co-manages Nostrovia! Press. The Reviews Coordinator at Alien Mouth, and the author of four chapbooks, his work can be found at GargoyleA cappella ZooVoicemail PoemsBennington Review, and concīs, among others. He loves the woods, designing games, and happy hour margaritas.

Christopher Morgan: #MeToo Series