Anna Black has served as the editor-in-chief of the magazines Hayden’s Ferry Review and Inkspeak, and is a twice awarded Virginia G. Piper global teaching and research fellow. She received her MFA at Arizona State University. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in the anthologies We Will be Shelter, edited by poet Andrea Gibson and In Sight: An Ekphrastic Collaboration, as well as the journals 45th Parallel, Bacopa Review, Wordgathering, SWWIM, The American Journal of Poetry, and New Mobility among others. She has taught composition, creative writing, and/or publishing at Arizona State University, Western Washington University, Perryville Women’s Prison, and the National University of Singapore. She can be found online at @byline.black and AnnaLysBlack.com, or @bylineblack.
Riley Steiner is a senior at Miami University, where she studies Creative Writing and Media & Culture. Originally from Columbus, Ohio, she enjoys baking, cheering for the Green Bay Packers, and spending way too much money at Half Price Books. Her creative work is forthcoming in the Oakland Arts Review and Collision.
Cheyenne “Annie” McIntosh is a graduate of Franklin College. While her academic research focuses on
gender-queer studies in science fiction, she also serves as the Poetry Editor for Brave Voices Magazine and Fiction Editorial Intern for Juxtaprose Magazine. Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming from Okay Donkey, Theta Wave, Digital Americana Magazine, carte blanche, and others. In 2018, she received her first Pushcart Prize nomination and was named one of Indiana’s Best Emerging Poets. She tweets about her dog Jackson, baking mishaps, cyborgs, and fever dreams @crm_writes.