Anna Crumpecker is a poet and non-fiction dabbler from Union, Missouri. She earned her BA in English from the University of Missouri-Columbia and her MS in Behavior Analysis and Therapy from Southern Illinois University. In her spare time, she enjoys punnery, data analysis and whimsy.
Jeff Dingler is graduate of Skidmore College and has written for Washington Post, Huffington Post, Salmagundi, Newsweek and The Independent. His fiction has earned him two scholarships to the New York State Writers Institute and the Denise Marcil Prize. He’s also worked as a teacher, guitar player, and tent laborer.
Brian Ellis is a nonfiction writer from Long Branch, New Jersey. In his writing, he explores many of the questionable decisions he has made in his life. Aside from his nonfiction, he prefers not to talk about himself and will stop here
Jamie Hudalla writes hysterical-realist fiction that explores womanhood in a religious context. She’s from a one-tractor town in Wisconsin and graduated in 2019 from Bethel University, where she studied psychology, graphic design, and English. When Jamie’s not writing, she’s making bad jokes, listening to blues, watching mafia films, and avoiding vegetables.
Lina Katrin is a poetry and nonfiction writer from St. Petersburg, Russia. Her work often dances on the edge of experiments and revolves around themes of ethnicity, family, and self-identity. In 2020, she received a B.S. in Communication from the University of Miami, where she double majored in Journalism and Creative Writing. In her free time, Lina enjoys snacking on dried mango slices and playing with the nearest dog.
Meghana Mysore is a writer from Portland, Oregon, who loves hot sauce, cicadas, and the German time-travel show Dark. The second place winner in prose in the 2021 Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing Annual Contest, Meghana’s writing has also been supported by The Rona Jaffe Foundation, the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, and the Tin House Winter Workshop. Her fiction and nonfiction appear or will appear in journals including The Yale Review, Boston Review, Indiana Review, and Roxane Gay’s The Audacity.
Anne-Sophie Olsen only writes poems as short as her attention span
Griffin Plaag is a novelist, poet, and songwriter from Boston, Massachusetts. His work is concerned with themes of class, wealth, and climate in New England and the American South. He received a BA in English and History from Brown University in 2020. He is a baseball enthusiast and, fumblingly, a proponent of anarchy.
Angelica Ramos is a writer from Whitehall, Pennsylvania. Her work can be found in The Santa Fe Writer’s Project Quarterly, La Scrittrice and The Wellington Street Review. She enjoys hot tea, Star Wars binging and being a dog mom.
Emmy Ritchey is a fiction writer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She received her B.A. in English from Colgate University in Hamilton, New York in 2020. Her current fiction circles ideas of place and gender.
Laura Schmitt is a fiction writer from Green Bay, Wisconsin. She received a BA in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is currently at work on a collection of linked short stories set in the Midwest. She was the winner of the 2021 Mendocino Coast Writers’ Conference Short Fiction Contest, and her work has appeared in Grist. Outside of fiction, her primary interests include Broadway musicals and soups.
Cameron Vanderwerf was born and raised in Boston, and then he lived in Chicago for a while. He writes fiction.