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Alina Stefanescu was born in Romania and lives in Birmingham, Alabama with her partner and several intense mammals. Recent books include a creative nonfiction chapbook, Ribald (Bull City Press Inch Series, Nov. 2020). Her poetry collection, dor, won the Wandering Aengus Press Prize and is forthcoming in July 2021. Alina's writing can be found (or...

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Allison Leigh DeFrees is a poet and an immigration attorney living in New York City and Austin, Texas. Her past includes stints as a playwright, actor, and punk rock singer. Former jobs include bread delivery woman, horse stall cleaner, waitress, wooden boat renovator, medical malpractice lawyer, Calculus tutor, journalist, and speech writer. She...

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Amelia Blair-Smith is an MA candidate at Columbia University. A domestic violence shelter resident at eigh- teen years old, Amelia’s political organizing for unhoused youth has been featured in Teen Vogue, Vox, and The Nation.

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Andi Grene is a sophomore at Princeton University, where she studies English and violin performance, and works as an opinion columnist for the Daily Princetonian. She has had four of her plays workshopped and read by MCC's Playwriting Lab in Manhattan and has participated in Lincoln Center and Princeton University creative writing forums for her...

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Anna K. Andrade, translator and fiction writer, was born in Brazil and moved to New York City in 2000 to attend City College in order to obtain a master's degree in creative writing. She has had short stories published both in Portuguese and English, the most recent being "A Daughter's Secret" in the fiction anthology Coloring Book . She currently...

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Anne K. Yoder is the author of the novel, The Enhancers, forthcoming from Meekling Press in fall 2022. She’s published two poetry chapbooks, and her stories and essays have appeared in FenceNew York TyrantTin House, and Make Lit, among other publications.

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Annie Rachele Lanzillotto’s present memoir essay, “The Wallmakers / I Muratori” is a chapter in her current book manuscript, “Whaddyacall the Wind? / Comesichiama il Vento?” Lanzillotto’s books include the double flip book: Hard Candy: Caregiving, Mourning, and Stage Light; and Pitch Roll Yaw, (2013 Guernica World Editions), L is for Lion: an...

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Anthony Haden-Guest is a poet, journalist, critic and cartoonist who has been published in The New Yorker, Paris Review and Rolling Stone. He has lately been a contributor to Whitehot Magazine.

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Aodhán Ridenour studies English: Creative Writing, Spanish, and Art at Slippery Rock University. His periodicals have been published in Life in the Villa, and his art in Illuminate. He served as editor-in-chief of The Phoenix, and is an associate editor for SLAB.

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Ari Lisner is a poet, journalist and researcher. Ari’s poems have been published widely and the chapbook “One Schtick Pony” was released this spring.

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Aristilde Kirby is a poet from the Bronx. She has been featured by Best Experimental American Writing and has published chapbooks with Belladonna and Black Warrior Review.

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Arthur Phillips was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His first novel, Prague, was a national bestseller, a New York Times Notable Book, recipient of the Los Angeles Times Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction, and has been translated into seven languages. The Egyptologist was published in 2004 and was on not eleven but twelve 2004 Best Fiction...

Audrey SchomerAudrey Schomer is a freelance reader, writer and lover of the arts living in New York City. A New England native, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Film Studies from Mount Holyoke College in 2007. Contact her at audrey.alschome@gmail.com