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.Read More
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John Colasacco's recent books are Antigolf (CCM) The Information Crusher (Spuyten Duyvil) and Two Teenagers (Horse Less).Read More
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.
Gen Greer is an English major at Pitzer College.Read More
Brian Spears is the poetry editor of The Rumpus (www.therumpus.net) and the author of A Witness in Exile (Louisiana Literature Press, 2011). He lives and works in Des Moines, IA.Brian Spears is the poetry editor of The Rumpus (www.therumpus.net) and the author of A Witness in Exile (Louisiana Literature Press, 2011). He lives and works in Des Moines, IA.Read More