Jenna Cardinale: This Monochrome Isn’t Catching
Jenna Cardinale writes poems. Some of them appear in Reality Beach, Luna Luna Magazine, The Fem, and H_NGM_N. Her chapbook, “A California,” will be published by Dancing Girl Press in 2017. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Catherine Esposito Prescott: To Forgive Us Everything
Catherine Esposito Prescott is the author of the chapbooks Maria Sings (forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press) and The Living Ruin (Finishing Line Press). Recent poems have appeared in Pleiades, Southern Poetry Review, Bellevue Literary Review, Poetry East, MiPOesias, and elsewhere. A graduate of NYU’s MFA program in Creative Writing-Poetry, Catherine is cofounder and curator of the SWWIM reading series. She lives in Miami Beach with her husband, two sons, and daughter.
Travis Sharp: No Body Is a Scapegoat
Travis Sharp is a queer writer, artist, and teacher living in Buffalo. He's an editor and designer at Essay Press and at Small Po[r]tions, the author of the chapbook Sinister Queer Agenda (above/ground press, forthcoming), and a PhD student in the SUNY Buffalo Poetics Program. Other work has appeared with Columbia Poetry Review, LIT, Bombay Gin, Puerto del Sol, Entropy, and elsewhere.
Sarah Ahmad: Final Warning
Sarah Ahmad lives in Pakistan and is a photographer by profession. Poetry has appeared in Mad Swirl, Full of Crow, Otoliths, Stone’s Throw Magazine, and elsewhere. Chapbook, Unfulfilled Doubts, has recently been released by Artistically Declined Press.