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Chloe N. Clark

is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at Iowa State University. She is the author of The Science of Unvanishing Objects and Your Strange Fortune. Her poetry and fiction has appeared in Booth, Glass, Little Fiction, Uncanny, and more. She can be found on Twitter @PintsNCupcakes or on her website at www.chloenclark.com

Pronouns: She/Her

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Teo Mungaray

is a queer, chronically ill, latinx poet. He holds an MFA from Pacific University of Oregon and is pursuing his doctorate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His poems have recently appeared in or are forthcoming from Gulf Coast, Waxwing, The Shade Journal, Drunk Monkeys, Sycamore Review, and Birdfeast. He has a cat named Lysistrata. You can find him on Twitter @TeoMungaray.

Pronouns: He/Him

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Hannah Cohen

lives in Virginia and received her MFA from Queens University of Charlotte. She is the author of the poetry chapbook Bad Anatomy (Glass Poetry Press, 2018). Recent and forthcoming publications include Noble/Gas Qtrly, Calamus Journal, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Cease, Cows, Yes Poetry, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, and elsewhere. Follow her on Twitter @hcohenpoet

Pronouns: She/Her


Current Readers

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Poetry: E. Kristin Anderson

is a poet and glitter enthusiast living mostly at a Starbucks somewhere in Austin, Texas. She is the editor of Come as You Are, an anthology of writing on 90s pop culture (Anomalous Press), and her work has been published worldwide in many magazines. She is the author of nine chapbooks of poetry including Pray, Pray, Pray: Poems I wrote to Prince in the middle of the night (Porkbelly Press), Fire in the Sky (Grey Book Press), 17 seventeen XVII (Grey Book Press), and Behind, All You’ve Got (Semiperfect Press, forthcoming). Kristin is a poetry reader at Cotton Xenomorph and an editorial assistant at Sugared Water. Once upon a time she worked nights at The New Yorker. Find her online at EKristinAnderson.com and on twitter at @ek_anderson.

Pronouns: She/Her

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Fiction: K.C. Mead-Brewer

K.C. Mead-Brewer lives in Ithaca, NY. Her fiction appears in Electric Literature's Recommended Reading, Carve Magazine, Strange Horizons, and elsewhere. She is a graduate of Tin House's 2018 Winter Workshop for Short Fiction and of the 2018 Clarion Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers' Workshop. For more information, visit kcmeadbrewer.com and follow her @meadwriter.

Pronouns: She/Her


Readers Emeriti:

Chantzler Brooks, Steven T. S. Follmer, Haidyn Hank