Brad Fruhauff’s poetry has appeared in Relief, Rock & Sling, catapult, and T. S. Poetry’s Every Day Poems, as well as Not Yet Christmas: It’s Time for Advent (Seedbed, 2014). He is the Writing and Communications Specialist at Trinity International University and a Senior Editor at Relief: A Christian Literary Expression.
Bethany T. Lee teaches composition, theater, and professional and creative writing at Purdue University North Central. Her work has appeared in Hayden’s Ferry Review, Gulf Stream, Cream City Review, 32 Poems, Literary Mama, Crab Orchard Review, and elsewhere.
Jonathan Weinert is the author of In the Mode of Disappearance Nightboat 2008), winner of the Nightboat Poetry Prize, and Thirteen Small Apostrophes (Back Pages 2013), a chapbook. His recent work appears or is forthcoming in Copper Nickel, Plume, Unsplendid, Rattle, and elsewhere.
Richard Pierce is an Assistant Professor of English at Waynesburg University. He holds a PhD in Creative Writing and Literature from Texas Tech University, where he was a Chancellor’s Fellow. His poetry chapbook, The Book of Mankey, is available from Cooper Dillon Books.
Joshua Gage is an ornery curmudgeon from Cleveland. His first full-length collection, breaths, is available from VanZeno Press. Intrinsic Night, a collaborative project he wrote with J. E. Stanley, was published by Sam’s Dot Publishing. His most recent collection, Inhuman: Haiku from the Zombie Apocalypse, is available on Poet’s Haven Press. He is a graduate of the Low-Residency MFA Program in Creative Writing at Naropa University.