Kit (he/him/his) is a Minnesota-based queer writer of poetry, creative non-fiction, flash fiction, and an occasional haiku. He is committed to amplifying the work of marginalized writers, and helping new writers and creators find confidence in their respective crafts.
Hannah Lamb-Vines is the author of carnal delights (Ghost City Press, 2020). She has a bachelors in creative writing from The New School, and is currently pursuing her MFA from California College of the Arts. Her work is featured or forthcoming in Neutral Spaces Magazine, Columbia Journal, and ctrl+v, among others.
Meagan Patrick lives and writes in Memphis, TN, where she works with her service-dog-in-training and closest confidante, Jyn. Her work can be found in Mineral Literary Magazine, littledeathlit, and perhappened mag. She has frequently not been on boats. She can be found on twitter @rosenplant_z.
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Efren Castro (they/them) is a queer Latinx poet orignally from Lennox, CA. They are a recent English graduate from UC Riverside who writes, designs, and publishes their own poetry zines. They are a former poetry editor for the literary journal Mosaic and they co-founded the art/literary journal Nuestra Cosita, catered toward queer Latinx artists and writers. Their work has been featured on InQluded, The Castle, and the Inlandia Institute. Their latest release Heartbreak Stories is available to purchase with Mi Casita Press! Keep up to date with their work on their Instagram @namehere360.
Sarah Allen Reed is an acclaimed cartoonist, illustrator, disc jockey, and musician. Her unique voice and work can be found in a good many magazines, books, anthologies, and both public and private collections the world over. Sarah was born in a small suburb of Saint Louis, Missouri, and has never quite had a resting place since. She's currently stuck in Colorado, but you can find her at sarahallenreed.com.
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Justene Dion-Glowa is a bi, Métis poet born in Treaty 1 territory and grateful to currently be living on the unceded territory of the T'kemlúps te Secwépemc people. Her microchap, TEETH, is available online from Ghost City Press and her first chapbook, These Are Not Gifts, is due out from Brick Books in 2022. A list of her published work can be found at https://neutralspaces.co/justenedg/. She tweets at @gee_justy.
Frankie Martinez is a writer from Southern California. She is the blog editor for Sundog Lit and a transcript editor at Stereotype Life. Frankie also writes stories for fan zines and blogs at frankieiswriting.com.
Augie Park is a creator...of digital things, of inky things, of written things.
Tweets and an occasional post on Insta: @augiepark
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