Barbara Draper lives in Minneapolis. She has three snappy kids and two much kinder granddaughters. After a career in banking she tripped over poetry and thought, I love this! Her poems have been published or are forthcoming in Poetry East, Sow’s Ear Poetry, The Potomac Review, Paper Nautilus, and others.
Cooper Wilhelm is the author of Klaatu Verata Nikto (Ghost City Press), a chapbook on necromancy and breakups, and hosts Into the Dark, a talk show about witchcraft on Radio Free Brooklyn. He sends poems to strangers he looks up in phonebooks at PoetryAndStrangers.com.
Felino A. Soriano is a poet documenting coöccurrences. His poetic language stems from exterior motivation of jazz music and the belief in language’s unconstrained devotion to broaden understanding.
Isadora Serrano was born in a non-existing room, according to a nurse lady in Brackenridge Hospital in Austin, Texas. Ms. Serrano was named after an evil blonde from a soap opera and recently turned 17. She attends high school in Austin. She also paints.
Michelle Site is a human being who enjoys breathing and creating. Her work has previously appeared in Animal. She can usually be found writing poetry and working on projects in science or design somewhere on Earth. Originally from Tampa, Florida, Michelle currently nests in Reykjavik, Iceland, where she is a graduate student in design.
Mitchell King is a runaway Texan living in Kansas City. He hopes, someday, to colonize the moon.
Roger Camp lives in Seal Beach, CA where he tends a flower garden, walks his beloved Paris yearly, is apprenticed to a master mason, naps in a hammock, plays blues piano evenings and kayak fishes. His work has appeared in the Dalhousie Review, North American Review, Pank and is forthcoming in the Tampa Review and Hopkins Review.
Sarah Frances Moran is a stick-a-love-poem-in-your-back-pocket kind of poet. She resides in Waco, Texas where she indulges in too many pancakes and plays with chihuahuas. Her work has most recently been published or is upcoming in Maudlin House, Blackheart Magazine, Red Fez and The Bitchin’ Kitsch. She is Editor/Founder of Yellow Chair Review.
Sarah J. Sloat lives in Frankfurt, Germany, where she does her best.
Timothy Schirmer currently lives in Brooklyn, where he’s happy to walk down the street with his headphones on, where he drinks too much coffee, and not because he really likes coffee, but because he really likes to feel wide awake. His writing has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Crab Creek Review, Rattle, Word Riot, JMWW, FRiGG, The Monarch Review, The Adirondack Review, Bluestem, and in other fine places.