Cat Ingrid Leeches lives in Alabama, where she is the current editor in chief of Black Warrior Review. Her work has appeared in Mid-American Review, Passages North, and The Offing. She has a cat named Dirtbike.
Christopher DeWan has never died, but he does see monsters. Learn more at christopherdewan.com.
Karen Holman is a crisis counselor in Detroit and serves december magazine. Her chapbook features in New Poets, Short Books, vol. IV. This year her work appears in 2 Bridges Review, Belletrist, Oxidant Engine, and is forthcoming from RHINO and UU World Magazine. Her poetry was performed by Pencilpoint Theatreworks in Fight Like a Girl and she’ll be performing in Her Say in Ann Arbor, MI. .
Chase Burke is the current Fiction Editor of the Black Warrior Review. His work appears in Glimmer Train, Salt Hill, The Offing, the Ploughshares blog, and Electric Literature, among other journals. You can find him on Twitter @cpburkejr. He calls Florida home.
Christen Noel is from Cincinnati where she lives with her husband and two girls. She holds a MFA from Northern Michigan University where she also taught creative writing and composition. Her most recent work can be found in Gordon Square Review, DIAGRAM, and The Normal School, among others.