Christine Scanlon is a graduate of The New School MFA program and currently teaches writing composition at The City College of New York. She has work previously published in White Stag, Indicia, and The Fem among other publications.
Chris Antzoulis: Contemplating Emily And Effortless Living On The Drive Home
Chris Antzoulis is a New York-based poet and comic book writer with an MFA in writing from Sarah Lawrence College. His poetry has appeared in Yes Poetry, Newtown Literary, and Cowbird. He has also helped other writers reach audiences through his work with literary magazines such as Madcap Review and Lumina. He currently lives in Queens, NY with his two evil cats and teaches creative writing at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY.
Joseph Tirella: Bury It in the Earth
Joseph Tirella the author of The New York Times Best Seller, Tomorrow-Land: The 1964-65 World's Fair and the Transformation of America (Lyon's Press; 2014). A graduate of CCNY's MFA program, his nonfiction has been published in Slate, Rolling Stone, Esquire, and Vibe, among other places. His poetry and fiction been published in Newtown Literary and Promethean.
Kristine Esser Slentz: Accuse You
KRISTINE ESSER SLENTZ is originally from northwest Indiana and the Chicagoland area, or what’s lovingly called “The Region.” Kristine is a Purdue University alum who studied English literature and creative writing. After college, she began working in the digital marketing field to marry her experience in both writing and advertising. She started in search engine optimization (SEO) and soon transitioned into content marketing. During this time, she also wrote pieces for publications like HuffPost, Pattern, and NUVO. Currently, Kristine is earning her MFA in creative writing (poetry) at City College of New York. She is also the Assistant Editor for the online poetry publication Unfold Magazine, and the Features Manager for the poet's community The Harbor through The Speakeasy Project. Her poetry has appeared in Bold City Literary Magazine, The New Southern Fugitives, and then Flying Island Journal where she was nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
Kristen Bulger: Triptych of the Body
Kristen Bulger is a poet from New Hampshire and currently lives in Boston, MA. She is a graduate of the MFA program at the University of New Hampshire. Her work has appeared in Salamander, Superstition Review, Houseguest, and elsewhere.
Katie McClendon: Words That Might Not Work
Katie McClendon is a queer writer who recently graduated from the University of Washington and currently teaches a Fiction & Memoir class to LGBTQ students in Seattle through the Bent Writing Institute. She has published poems in Mare Nostrum (2009) and The Bent Anthology (2007).