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Brad Trumpfheller is a writer from the South. His poetry has appeared in or is forthcoming from Nashville ReviewWinter Tangerine, decomP, Word Riot, Assaracus, and elsewhere. In addition to working with the journal, he is the managing editor and assistant poetry editor of the magazine Corridors, dedicated to exploring collegiate mental health through art and writing. He is an undergraduate student at Emerson College, studying literature and music. 



Esther Lin was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and lived in the United States as an undocumented immigrant for 21 years. She is a 2017–19 Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University, and a recipient of the inaugural Undocupoets Fellowship. She was also a 2015 Poets House Emerging Poet and Queens Council on the Arts Fellow. Her poems have appeared in The Adroit Journal, Copper Nickel, Cortland Review, Crazyhorse, Drunken Boat, Guernica, Vinyl, and elsewhere.



Kelly Han is a rising senior at Westview High School in Portland, Oregon. She has been recognized by the National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, but really she is just beginning to delve into the expressive world of literature and writing. Prone to whimsical moods, she loves to bake questionable concoctions, jam out on car rides, and go on spontaneous adventures with her friends. 



Annie Li is a junior at Montgomery High School in central New Jersey. This past year, she received a Gold Medal in Digital Art from the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. She serves as an editor of her school’s literary magazine, The Mind’s Amaranth. In her free time, she likes to write poems and watch Gilmore Girls. 



Macrina Wang is a rising senior at St. Paul's School in Concord, NH, and is currently the Literary Editor of the Horae Scholasticae. Her work has been recognized by the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Macrina spends her free time writing, barely scraping by in Calculus, and looking up HD images of a young Stephen Colbert.