Issue 3 Contributors
Eloisa Amezcua (@Eloisa_Amezcua) is an Arizona native. She recently finished her MFA at Emerson College and works in Cambridge, MA. She’s received scholarships from the Minnesota Northwoods Writers Conference and the NY State Summer Writers Institute.
Chen Chen‘s work appears/is forthcoming in Poetry, The Massachusetts Review, Narrative, DIAGRAM, [PANK], Crab Orchard Review, New Delta Review, Codex Journal, among others. A Pushcart Prize nominee, he has received fellowships from Kundiman, Tent: Creative Writing, and the Saltonstall Foundation. He is currently finishing an MFA at Syracuse University, where he is a University Fellow and a Poetry Editor for Salt Hill.
Adam Crittenden (@AdamACrittenden) holds an MFA in poetry from New Mexico State University where he was awarded an Academy of American Poets Prize. He also serves as an editor for Lingerpost and Puerto del Sol. His work has appeared indecomP, Bayou Magazine, Metazen, Barn Owl Review, Carte Blanche, and other journals. Currently, he teaches writing in Albuquerque.
Dalton Day is scared and edits FreezeRay Poetry. His poems have appeared in Heavy Feather Review, The Good Men Project, and Hypothetical, among others, and he is the author of the collection Supernova Factory, released by On the Cusp Press. He thinks everything is cute.
Sharon Johnson (@sharonipov) is a creative director/writer and organizer of i-p-o-v creative, a collective of independent creative professionals who work in tandem and solo, primarily with nonprofit clients. Sharon writes short fiction and poetry, some of which has been published by Cactus Heart and Floating Bridge Review. A graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Sharon lives in Chicago.
Ife-Chudeni A. Oputa is currently completing an MFA in Poetry and an MA in African American and African Diaspora Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington. She is a Cave Canem and Callaloo fellow. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in [PANK], Callaloo, Crab Orchard Review, and elsewhere. She is a native of Fresno, CA.
Talin Tahajian (@talinout) grew up near Boston. Her poetry has appeared in Salt Hill Journal, PANK, Indiana Review, Best New Poets 2014, DIAGRAM, and Washington Square Review, and on Verse Daily. She serves as a poetry editor for The Adroit Journal, and recently co-edited Poets on Growth (Math Paper Press, 2015). She is a student at the University of Cambridge, where she studies English literature.
Brigit Kelly Young‘s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Word Riot, The Common, 2River View, Drunken Boat Magazine, and Eclectica Magazine, among others.