Issue Eleven Contributors

Dominique Bechard is a poet from Northern Ontario. Her poems are published or forthcoming in Ploughshares, The Antigonish Review, and The Puritan, among others. She has an MFA from New York University, and is a current PhD candidate at the University of New Brunswick. Her first collection of poems, One Dog Town, is forthcoming from Gaspereau Press.

Zoe Canner's writing has appeared or is forthcoming in SUSAN / The Journal, Naugatuck River Review, The Laurel Review, Arcturus of the Chicago Review of Books, Storm Cellar, Maudlin House, Occulum, Indolent Books' What Rough Beast, and elsewhere.

Ricky Garni grew up in Miami and Maine. He works as a graphic designer by day and writes music by night. His latest book, WOWED BY LARD, was released in the Spring of 2018.

Chelsea Harlan received her MFA in poetry from Brooklyn College, where she was a Truman Capote fellow, and where she currently teaches undergraduate English. Her poems have appeared in Sixth Finch, DIAGRAM, and Hobart, and a genre-bending collaborative book project is forthcoming from Montez Press. She lives in Brooklyn.

James Croal Jackson is the author of The Frayed Edge of Memory (Writing Knights Press, 2017). His poetry has appeared in Columbia Journal, Rattle, Hobart, FLAPPERHOUSE, and elsewhere. He edits The Mantle from Pittsburgh, PA. Find him at and @jimjakk

Jessie Janeshek's second full-length book of poems is The Shaky Phase (Stalking Horse Press, 2017). Her chapbooks are Spanish Donkey/Pear of Anguish (Grey Book Press, 2016), Rah-Rah Nostalgia (dancing girl press, 2016), Supernoir (Grey Book Press, 2017), Auto-Harlow (Shirt Pocket Press, 2018), and Hardscape (Reality Beach, forthcoming). Invisible Mink (Iris Press, 2010) is her first full-length collection. You can read more of her poetry at

Sophie Jennis is a writer, student, and breathwork facilitator from the Hudson Valley of New York. You can find more of her work at

Emily Pettit is a poet, artist, editor, and teacher from Western, Massachusetts. Emily is an editor for Factory Hollow Press and jubilat. Her first collection of poems Goat In The Snow was published by Birds LLC and her second collection of poems, Blue Flame, is forthcoming from Carnegie Mellon University Press.

Jessica Lee Richardson is the author of It Had Been Planned and There Were Guides (FC2, 2015), which won the Ronald Sukenick Innovative Fiction Prize and was longlisted for the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Award in 2016. Poems have appeared in Posit, Sundog, Big Lucks and other places. She is from New Jersey, and spent her twenties in Brooklyn working in Off-Broadway theatre. Lately she’s been writing about (and running from) record-breaking storms in the southeast.

Michael Joseph Walsh is a Korean American poet. He is co-editor for APARTMENT Poetry, and his poems have appeared or are forthcoming in DIAGRAM, DREGINALD, FOLDER, Fence, jubilat, The Volta, and elsewhere. He lives in Denver.

Originally from New York City, Emma Winsor Wood teaches writing and edits Stone Soup, the literary and art magazine for kids, in Santa Cruz, CA. Her first book, A Failed Performance: Selected Plays and Sketches of Daniil Kharms, a translation, is forthcoming from Plays Inverse this summer. Her poems have appeared in DIAGRAM, The Journal, The Colorado Review, The Seattle Review, and BOAAT, among others, and her manuscript has been named a finalist in the CSU First Book Prize.

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