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J.L. Conrad's first full-length collection of poems, A Cartography of Birds, was published by Louisiana State University Press (2002). Her chapbook Not If But When won Salt Hill's third annual Dead Lake Chapbook Competition (Salt Hill, 2016), and her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Pleiades, Salamander, H_NGM_N, Jellyfish, River Styx, The Beloit Poetry Journal, The Laurel Review, Mid-American Review, Birdfeast, and Forklift, Ohio, among others.

Max Cohen is a writer and musician who's been published in Sixth Finch, Ninth Letter, and various other numbered journals. These poems are an experiment in learning to love poetry again after an extensive education in the medium ruined it. When she's not doing that, she's making music in her bands Noiseland and Girls Occurs.


Colin Drohan is from Chicago. He is the archives editor for jubilat and the assistant director of writing programs at Catapult. He lives in western Massachusetts.

JSA Lowe's poetry has been published in such places as AGNI, American Scholar, Black Warrior Review, Chicago Review, Denver Quarterly, Hobart, Michigan Quarterly Review Mixtape, Salamander, Third Coast, and Versal, as well as in two chapbooks; she is a lecturer in English at the University of Houston and she lives on Galveston Island.


Aaron Magloire is a junior at Yale University, where he studies English and African-American Studies. You can find other works of his in Quarterly West and elsewhere. On Instagram, he's @a.magloire.

Benjamin Socolofsky is poet based in Las Vegas, Nevada. He is a founding member of the Massachusetts-based Departure Collective and later founded the online magazine Bag. Benjamin is currently an MFA candidate at University of Nevada Las Vegas.

David Wojciechowski’s first book is Dreams I Never Told You & Letters I Never Sent (Gold Wake, 2017). Other poems can be found in Bateau, Jellyfish Poetry, Sporklet, and elsewhere. He can be found at and on Twitter @MrWojoRising.


J.I. Kleinberg’s poems have been published in print and online journals worldwide. An artist, poet, freelance writer, and three-time Pushcart and Best of the Net nominee, she lives in Bellingham, Washington, USA, and on Instagram @jikleinberg.

Margaret Yapp is from Iowa City, Iowa. Her poems have appeared in Post Road Magazine, Cutleaf Journal, New Delta Review, Peach Mag and elsewhere. Margaret is an MFA candidate at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. You can find her @bigbabymarg and

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