Charlotte Seley is a writer and poet from the Hudson Valley region
of New York, currently residing in Kansas City. Her first collection of
poetry, The World is My Rival, is out now from Spuyten Duyvil
Publishing. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson
College where she served as Editor-in-Chief and Poetry Editor of
Redivider and read poetry for Ploughshares.
Brad Vogler is the
author of my radius, a small stone (Spuyten Duyvil), i know that this
ritual (Lute & Cleat), and three chapbooks: errand : a version of
(Meekling Press), Amid the Waves Which (Beard of Bees), and Fascicle 30
(Little Red Leaves Textile Series). His work has found a home in many
places including: 1110, Cutbank, Free Verse, Small Po[r]tions, Versal
and Volt. He works with Delete Press, Posit, and is the editor/web
designer of Opon.
Brett Salsbury is a Kansan poet beginning his
PhD studies at KU this Fall. His creative work has most recently
appeared in Causeway Lit, The Poet's Billow, and Posit. In 2017, he
served as a writer-in-residence with Sundress Academy for the Arts. He
is also a contributing editor for Helen: A Literary Magazine in Las
Vegas, Nevada, where he recently lived for five years while completing
his MFA at UNLV and working at a museum of retired casino signs.