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Chloe N. Clark

holds an MFA in Creative Writing & Environment. Her poetry and fiction appears such places as Booth, Glass, Hobart, Gamut, Uncanny, and more. She teaches multimodal composition and communication, writes for Nerds of a Feather, and is a very good baker. She can be found on Twitter @PintsNCupcakes or on the interwebs at

Pronouns: She/Her

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Teo Mungaray

is a chronically ill, queer, latino poet pursuing his MFA at Pacific University of Oregon. His poems can be found in Assaracus: A Journal of Gay Poetry, Prelude Magazine and The Bellevue Literary Review. He currently lives in Portland and is running out of space on his bookshelves. You can find him on twitter @TeoMungaray.

Pronouns: He/Him


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


Chantzler Brooks currently studies English as an undergraduate at Iowa State University. His poetry and fiction can be found in such publications as his notebook and scraps of paper scattered around his room. Follow him on Twitter @NoChantz96. Pronouns: He/Him


Steven T. S. Follmer

is a recent college graduate working part time as a starving writer until he has enough paper scraps to either pay off his student loans or get his MFA. He has poems in the works of Z Publishing House, and is currently writing the next half-decent American novel. He, unlike most, does not have a Twitter, so good luck finding him.

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Haidyn Hank

is a senior in Secondary English Education. Her career goals are to graduate, get a job, and then continue her education by earning her masters and Ph.D. In her free time, Haidyn enjoys reading, writing, obsessing over Marvel movies, and taking care of her various pets and plants.

Pronouns: She/Her