ISSUE #1: THE CONTRIBUTORS 

Colleen Louise Barry is an artist and writer. She runs the interdisciplinary projects Mount Analogue and Angel Tears. She is based in Seattle, where she teaches visual art at Westside Middle School. 

 

Shannon Burns is the author of In God's Hair (essays) and Oosh Boosh (poems). She lives in Kentucky with her family.

David Feinstein is the author of the chapbook Tarantula (Factory Hollow Press) and Woods Porn (No Dear/Small Anchor). His poems have appeared in Sixth Finch, Tin House, jubilat, and Best American Poetry. He lives in Amherst, Massachusetts where he works as an educator at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art.


Rachel B. Glaser is the author of two poem books, MOODS and HAIRDO, the novel Paulina & Fran, and the experimental short story collection Pee On Water. She teaches fiction in the low-residency Mountainview MFA Program and lives in Northampton, MA.

Ish Klein's fourth book of poems is called The New Sun Time. Her poems and plays have appeared in international journals like Gare du Nord, Versal and The Cambridge Literary Review. She is a founding member of the Connecticut River Valley Poets Theater and the Kalamazoo River Valley Poets Theater. She lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan with the poet Greg Purcell.

Kate Lindroos is the author of the chapbooks Bumper Crop (Scram Press, 2021) and The Costume of a Hunter (Factory Hollow Press, 2018).

Daniel Moysaenko is a Ukrainian American poet whose work has appeared in Colorado ReviewDenver QuarterlyKenyon Review OnlineNew American WritingPleiadesPoetry Northwest, and elsewhere. He earned an MFA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a PhD in poetry from Florida State University. He lives in Ohio's Chagrin Valley.

Hanna Shea's work has appeared in Sixth Finch, Salt Hill, and Big Lucks, among others. She co-edits the lit journal COVER, and lives in western Massachusetts. 

Dara Wier lives and works in factory hollow in western Massachusetts, south of Sunderland and west of Pelham. Her forthcoming book from Wave is Tolstoy Killed Anna Karenina.