Miriam Alex is from southern New Hampshire. Her work is published in Frontier Poetry, Gigantic Sequins, and Uncanny Magazine, among others. At the moment, she is likely playing word games on her phone or rewatching her favorite sitcoms. She hopes you have a lovely day.
Jennifer Chiu is from Memphis, TN. Her prose and poetry are published or forthcoming in wildness , Pidgeonholes , Hobart Pulp , and elsewhere. When she’s not writing, she enjoys afternoon walks and making playlists.
janet (jay) li
hybrid and prose editor
Janet (Jay) Li is a student from Ohio who loves creativity over all else. When not starting another work-in-progress at one in the morning, they enjoy playing with their bird, Ikea.
Catherine Mwitta has a Bachelors in creative writing from Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and a certification in Journalism from Langara College. While she isn’t posting on her blog theaquilla.com, Catherine is volunteering at local Vancouver literary magazines such as Malahat Review, Prism International, Room magazine and Mags BC. She has short stories published in Quarantine Reviews, Random Photo Journal, and Otis Nebula. She likewise has bylines at Stir Vancouver, RoyalTee Magazine, SAD Mag and Malahat Review.
Dhwanee Goyal is sixteen and getting through life one donut at a time. An editor-in-chief of Indigo Literary Journal, her work appears or is forthcoming in Variant Literature, Heavy Feather Review,Honey Literary, and more. Her Twitter handle is @pparallell, and her micro-chapbook, ‘Kasauli Daydreams,’ is out from Ghost City Press.
Ran Zhao is a student from Hong Kong. Outside of writing, she loves art, outer space, and 1-minute microwave recipes. Her goal in life is to become a crazy cat lady.
Marnie Russell is an English Literature and Theatre Studies graduate from Glasgow, Scotland. She predominantly writes plays and prose while working on various creative projects as a script advisor and dramaturg. Over the past year, she co-wrote and created 'EAT WORMS' with her production company False Starts Productions, an episodic digital theatre piece showcased at Scottish Youth Theatre's Making Space festival. She also wrote 'returning (the act of)', a nine-part collaborative digital serial that received the Digital Award at the Scottish Emerging Theatre Awards. Marnie was also a member of the Traverse Young Writers spring cohort. She is currently working on a novel and eating far too much bread.
Catherine hoards books and cats in her corner of England. She writes prose, plays, and poems with peculiar twists and characters. She was shortlisted for Streetcake Magazine’s Experimental Writing Prizeand by Northern Gravy for poetry; she’s had a play staged atLive Theatre, a short story broadcast on BBC Radio, and her monologue 'Keep Granny's Clock' is on YouTube. She has a degree in English Literature, an MA in Creative Writing, and taught and examined for oodles of years. Shakespeare haunts her.
Norah Laughter is a student from Russellville, Kentucky. She is a creative writing alumna of the Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts and her poetry has been recognized by Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. She spends most of her time working with the Kentucky Student Voice Team, where she uses storytelling to push for education justice and amplify youth voices. She has two cats, two dogs, and a healthy sum of chickens.