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Henry Goldkamp rehearses his poetics out of a small garage in New Orleans. Recent work appears or is forthcoming in Afternoon Visitor, Landfill, Tyger Quarterly, Narrative, Indiana Review, the minnesota review, Yemassee, DIAGRAM, New South, Denver Quarterly, and Best New Poets 2021. His public art projects have been covered by NPR and Time, and he reads poems for Tilted House and Bayou. He is also one of the founding co-curators of The Splice Poetry Series. More and more at

Emily Hunerwadel is the author of the chapbook Professional Crybaby, selected by Kyle Dargan for the Poetry Society of America’s 2017 Chapbook Fellowship, and Peach Woman, selected by Doublecross Press for their Bound-Together contest. Their third chapbook, Night is as Long as the Window Desires, will be published in early 2023.

DS Maolalai has received nine nominations for Best of the Net and seven for the Pushcart Prize. His poetry has been released in three collections, "Love is Breaking Plates in the Garden" (Encircle Press, 2016), "Sad Havoc Among the Birds" (Turas Press, 2019) and Noble Rot (Turas Press, 2022).

Angelina Mitescu is a Romanian poet and high school student. Their recent work is published in "The Five-Two" and "Molecule."

Jeremy Radin is a writer, actor, teacher, and extremely amateur gardener. His poems have appeared (or are forthcoming) in Ploughshares, The Colorado Review, Crazyhorse, Gulf Coast, The Journal, and elsewhere. He is the author of two collections of poetry: Slow Dance with Sasquatch (Write Bloody Publishing, 2012) and Dear Sal (Not A Cult, 2022). He is the founder and operator of Lanternist Creative Consulting, through which he coaches writers and performers. Follow him @germyradin.

Sarah J. Sloat is the author of Hotel Almighty, a collection a visual poetry from Sarabande Books. Sarah is originally from New Jersey but has lived for many years in Europe, where she works in news. Her poems, prose and collage have appeared in Tupelo Quarterly, Sixth Finch and elsewhere. You can keep up with her at, on Twitter at @SJSloat and on Instagram at @sjane30.

Nathan Spoon is an autistic poet with learning disabilities whose poems have appears in American Poetry Review, Crazyhorse, Gulf Coast, Poetry, and Poetry Daily. He is author of the debut collection Doomsday Bunker and the chapbook Faily Better! Feel Great!! He is editor of Queerly and an ally of

Patrick Whitfill has poems appearing in Hotel Amerika, Mid-American Review, The Threepenny Review, Boston Review, and other journals. He has a chapbook, Curiosity, with New Michigan Press, and he lives in South Carolina.

Adele Elise Williams is a writer, editor, and educator. She is the winner of the 2019 Emily Morrison Poetry Prize and 2022 Inprint Donald Barthelme Prize for Poetry as well as fellowships from UCROSS, Inprint, and Hindman Settlement School. Her work can be found or is forthcoming in Crazyhorse, Gulf Coast, The Florida Review, Guernica, Cream City Review, Split Lip, Beloit Poetry Journal, and elsewhere. Find her on Instagram at @sweetdeeee.

Evan Williams is a queer poet thinking about surrealism and masculinity. They are a co-founder of the prose poetry journal Obliterat, and the author of the chapbook Claustrophobia, Surprise! More of Evan’s work can be found in DIAGRAM, Pleiades, and Joyland.

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