s.c. bostwick is a nonbinary trans poet born and raised on Coast Salish Territory, now known as the pacific northwest. They are a second-year MFA candidate in poetry at Notre Dame and an editorial assistant for Action Books. They are currently working on a poetic dreamscape centered around nature, home, addiction, and, of course, a mother’s love.
Micheal Chang (they/them) hopes to win the New Jersey Blueberry Princess pageant one day. Michael strongly suspects that they were born in the wrong decade. A recovering vegan, their favorite ice cream flavor was almost renamed due to scandal. Their writing has been published or is forthcoming in Q/A Poetry, Yes Poetry, Typo Mag, Wrath-Bearing Tree, Bending Genres, Heavy Feather Review, Cabildo Quarterly, Neon Garden, Yellow Medicine Review, The Conglomerate, Kissing Dynamite, Little Rose, Milk + Beans, and elsewhere.
Cass Eddington is a poet and translator from Utah. Their chapbook VERNAL HURT is forthcoming with Magnificent Field (Spring 2020). Her manuscript if the garden was a finalist in Kelsey Street Press's Firsts! competition. Recent poems can be found in DREGINALD and La Vague. Cass writes, teaches, and loves in/from Denver, where they are pursuing a PhD in English & Literary Arts at the University of Denver.
David Ehmcke studies English at Columbia University. The recipient of the 2018 Van Rensselaer Prize from Columbia University, his work has been recognized by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers and published in Euphony Journal, HEArt Online, Ink Lit Magazine, and elsewhere. David is Editor-in-Chief Emeritus of The Columbia Review and a junior teaching staffer at the University of Iowa’s Summer Writing Residency for high school students at the Belin-Blank Center. He is from Sioux City, Iowa.
Bridget Feral is a poet and designer. Her work has been published in Francis House, Prairie Margins, and Panoply-zine. In 2019, she received a fellowship to learn letterpress at the Center for Book Arts in New York City. She is the Managing Editor for Eulalia Books.
Tyler Friend was grown in Tennessee and received an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. They edit the online poetry magazine Francis House and design for Eulalia Books. When not writing or reading, Tyler teaches at a high school, circulates at a public library, and pets cats.
Rebecca Gransden lives on an island and writes sometimes. She can be found on Twitter (@rlgransden) and online occasionally at rebeccagransden.wordpress.com
Geoffrey Olsen is a poet living in Brooklyn, NY. He is the author of the chapbooks Not of Distends \ Address Panicked and End Notebook. Recent work is featured or forthcoming in Prelude, Entropy, and Vestiges.
Andrew Weatherhead's $50,000 is now available from Publishing Genius Press. He is the author of the poetry collections Cats and Dogs (Scrambler Books, 2014) and Todd (Monster House Press, 2018). He lives in New York City and used to work in health insurance.
Carol Wise is a recent graduate of the University of Georgia and lives in Atlanta, GA for now. With a lick-and-stick method, she collages poems from syllables in overlap with function, shape, and sound. Or something like that. She constructs elaborate patio-forts for herself and her cat, Tit. But most of all, she's a hen-laid cantaloupe writing like the weird egg she is.