Zoe Stoller is a junior at the University of Pennsylvania. Her writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Cleaver Magazine, DIALOGIST, Fissure Magazine, Rabbit Catastrophe Review, and Word Riot, among others. She is the Assistant Poetry Editor for Cleaver Magazine, the Web Editor for The Adroit Journal, and an Editorial Intern for Jacket2. In addition, she is the recipient of the PenNaatak Playwright Fellowship, and one of her one-act plays was produced in a theatre festival Off-Broadway. For more information, visit www.zoestoller.com.
Aidan Forster is a junior in the creative writing program at the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities in Greenville, SC. He is the blog editor of The Adroit Journal, a poetry reader for The Blueshift Journal, and the co-founder/editor-in-chief of Fissure, a magazine that works to promote the voices of young/queer writers and artists. He is the winner of the 2016 Louis Louise / Emily F. Bourne Student Award from the Poetry Society of America and the 2016 the Gigantic Sequins Teen Sequins Contest, is currently a finalist for the 2016 Tinderbox Poetry Prize, was on the Editors’ List for the 2016 Adroit Prizes in Poetry, and has been nationally recognized by the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. He is a graduate of the Iowa Young Writers Studio and the Kenyon Young Writers Workshop. His work appears in The Adroit Journal, Assaracus, DIALOGIST, Indiana Review, Tinderbox, Two Peach, and Verse, among others.
Eileen Huang is a junior at High Technology High School in Lincroft, New Jersey. She served as the 2015-2016 Northeast National Student Poet, the nation's highest honor for youth poets presenting original work, and has been recognized by the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Awards, the Kenyon Review's Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize, and the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. In her free time, Eileen enjoys reading and shamelessly watching B-list romantic comedies. She serves as an Interview Correspondent for The Adroit Journal.
Brynne Rebele-Henry’s poetry, fiction, and nonfiction have appeared in such journals as Denver Quarterly, jubilat, Prairie Schooner, Fiction International, Rookie, The Volta, and So to Speak, among other places. Her writing has won numerous awards, including the 2015 Louise Louis/Emily F. Bourne Poetry Award from the Poetry Society of America and the 2016 Adroit Prize for Prose. Her book Fleshgraphs appeared from Nightboat Books in September 2016. She was born in 1999 and currently lives in Richmond, Virginia.