Genre: Poetry

Sueyeun Juliette Lee

Sueyeun Juliette Lee grew up three miles from the CIA. Her interests include light, human displacements, and imaginations of the future. Her books include That Gorgeous Feeling, Underground National, and Solar Maximum, as well as numerous chapbooks. A former Pew Fellow in the Arts for Literature, she’s held international residencies in dance, poetry, and video

Lusia Slomkowska

Lusia Slomkowska was a Polish-American writer, translator, and activist for lesbian-feminist issues in the United States and Eastern Europe, particularly, Poland.  Her writing explores her identity as a Polish-American lesbian writer and the daughter of a Nazi Genocide survivor. Lusia received a Master of Fine Arts in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts, Montpelier,

Jenny Gropp

Jenny Gropp’s poetry and prose can be found in Denver Quarterly, Seneca Review, Best New Poets, American Letters & Commentary, Seattle Review, Typo, Colorado Review, Unsaid, and DIAGRAM, among others. Gropp received her MFA from the University of Alabama, where she was the editor of Black Warrior Review. Now the managing editor of the Georgia

Myha T. Do

Myha Thi Do (she/her/hers) was born in Anaheim, CA, and currently lives in Davis. She earned her MFA degree in Creative Writing Fiction from St. Mary’s College of CA (2009) and is currently a PhD candidate of Comparative Literature at UC Davis. “To Boil Water” won the 2013 Kore Press Short Fiction Award, earned an

Allison Campbell

Allison Campbell (she/her/hers) is a writer and teacher currently living in Southern Mississippi where she is a PhD candidate at the University of Southern Mississippi’s Center for Writers and associate editor of the Mississippi Review. Her poems have appeared in such places as e Cincinnati Review, Switchback, Witness, Rattle, Court Green, Harpur Palate, A rmchair/Shotgun,