OLIVIA HU is a student currently residing in Vancouver, Canada. She has been published in various literary magazines for her poetry and enjoys dabbling with her creative side. However, she is also experienced in journalism, serving as a magazine writer for HerCulture, and as an active editor for her school newspaper. She edits for other literary magazines on a national level as well. When she isn't bent over the desk writing, Olivia is wandering the streets of downtown or huddled over a book, dreamy-eyed.
AMY LAUREN is a graduate music student in Mississippi. Among other publications, her poetry appears in Sinister Wisdom, Wherewithal, and Lavender Review. Her debut chapbook, Prodigal, received publication through Bottlecap Press in 2017.
KATHLEEN ARAGON is a senior English major at the University of Hawai'i at Hilo. Her poetry has been published twice in her college literary magazine, Kanilehua. She is also the founder of Trópica Laced Literary & Art Magazine and enjoys zines, honey lavender lattes, and her dog named Churro.
INGRID CALDERON is a Salvadoran refugee residing in Los Angeles. She's published in Leste Mag, Electric Cereal, Dryland, Seafom Mag, Anti-Heroin Chic, Occulum, etc... Her latest poetry book Zenith is published through Editions Du Cygne, a French publisher based out of Paris. Her goal is to be an anonymous voice that cuddles the masses. She wants to be relatable, not unique. Find her on Twitter @BrujaLamatepec.
ARATHI DEVANDRAN curates personal experiences, snapshots of the world and the and the stories people are willing to share with her through prose and poetry.
MARIAH FERIA is a recent graduate from the University of East Anglia, Norwich and studied American Literature with Creative Writing. In her spare time she blogs about gender issues, mental health, and global politics for various online publications. She also maintains her own travel-focused blog. She hopes one day to publish a selection of short-stories, and continues to write creative fiction/non-fiction whenever she can.
ANDRÉS IGNACIO TORRES is a Venezuelan born and based writer of short fiction and poetry. He is currently majoring in Computer Engineering at the Universidad Simón Bolívar, while constantly practicing his wordcraft. His short stories and poems have won several awards, and have been published at several Latin-American online and print journals. He can be found on Twitter @andresitorresm, where he tweets mostly in Spanish.
While she meditates, TIAN TRAN writes poetry and short fiction. While she clouds the sky, she takes glorified selfies. Her work has been recognized by the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition and various literary magazines. Her photography has appeared or is forthcoming in TRACK//FOUR, Sugar Rascals, and Rambutan Literary, among others. She would prefer she/her pronouns, and takes her tea without milk.