Miranda Williams is a writer from New Mexico who now resides in Arizona. She received her BA and MA in English Literature from Arizona State University where her research focused on feminist and queer theory. Her work appears or is forthcoming in Blue Earth Review, BOOTH, and The MacGuffin, among others, was selected for the 2021 Best Small Fictions anthology, and was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Find her on Instagram @mirandaiswriting or on her website, www.mirandawilliamswriter.com
Nathan is a student and writer from Arizona. His work has been published in Maudlin House, Rust+Moth, and Red Rock Review, among others, and has been nominated for Best of the Net. He won the 1st Place Award in the Glendon & Kathryn Swarthout Creative Writing Contest, and was chosen as a Virginia E. Piper Desert Nights, Rising Stars scholar. His writing often tends to deconstruct topics like capitalism, toxic masculinity, substance abuse, and bisexuality. When not working, you can find him revising his poetry chapbook, “We All Need to Eat,” drinking too much coffee, or crying over writing his second novel.
Kylee Webb is a film critic, writer, actress in association with State 48 and Desert Foothills theaters, and a graduate student in the English Literature program at Arizona State University. She’s a member of Phi Beta Kappa, the recipient of the Moeur Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement, graduated Summa Cum Laude with a major in literature and a double minor in Spanish and Political Science, and previously wrote film criticism for Fireside Chat Film Reviews. She’s primarily interested in absurdist, surrealist, and feminist works, and enjoys the films of David Lynch, Ari Aster, Celine Sciamma, Luis Buñuel, and literally any debut feminist director. You can find her praising Promising Young Woman and Portrait of a Lady on Fire on Twitter @KyleeNikole13.
Chris Clements is a journalist, author, and a senior at Arizona State University in Phoenix, Arizona, where he’s majoring in English with an emphasis in creative writing. He has work published or forthcoming in Lux: An Undergraduate Creative Review, The State Press, The Chautauquan Daily, and ASU News. He’s passionate about all things related to literature, music, and film, especially author David Foster Wallace, jazz singer Cecile McLorin Salvant, and the films of Paul Thomas Anderson.
Brigid Hannon is a writer from Buffalo, NY. Her poetry and short fiction have been featured in various online journals including the San Antonio Review, Ghost City Press Review, Soft Cartel, and Queen Mob’s Teahouse. Current projects include editing a novel, prepping for NaNoWriMo 2020, and working with an illustrator on a children’s book. Her first collection of poetry, A Lovely Wreckage, which centers around Hannon’s life with chronic and mental illness, is now available on Amazon. She can be found online at brigidhannon.com.