Caleb Nichols (he/they) is a writer, musician and librarian from California, occupying Tilhini, the Place of the Full Moon, the unceded territory of the yak titʸu titʸu yak tiłhini tribe. His poetry has been featured in Hoax, Redivider, perhappened mag, and DEAR Poetry Journal, among other publications and his chapbook Teems///\\\Recedes which Chen Chen called ‘a gorgeous abundance’ is out from Kelp Books. Caleb’s debut solo album Ramon, a queer rock opera based on the Beatles song ‘Mean Mr. Mustard,’ is forthcoming on Kill Rock Stars, and he is a PhD candidate in Creative Writing at Bangor University in Wales. Caleb also owns and operates the SLO Book Bike, a queer-owned, bike-powered, pop-up bookshop in San Luis Obispo, and works as a librarian at Cal Poly State University.
arlo yaa is a Black Asian Guyanese-American genderqueer student with disabilities, living and surviving in New York City. Xhey use xhey/xhem/xheirs pronouns, pronounced with a ‘z’.
Elias Chen is an artist and writer living in Chicago. He’s interested in botanical subjects and translation across language, form and time.
Bradley David’s poetry and prose appear in Plainsongs, Bureau of Complaint, Stone of Madness, Milk & Cake Press, Spuyten Duyvil Dispatches Editions, and others. New work is forthcoming in Allium, Torrey House Press, Exacting Clam, and Simple Machines. His work can be found here.
Stuart Rawlinson (he/him) is a queer writing living in Glasgow, where he works as a software developer. Previous work of his can be found in Impossible Archetype, Gutter, SPAMzine, and A Queer Anthology of Rage (Pilot Press, 2018), among other places. His micro-chapbook ‘main args’ is available as part of the Ghost City Press’s 2021 Summer Series. He is on twitter and instagram at @averagegatsby_
Prerana Kumar is an Indian writer based in London. She has received her MA in Creative Writing from UEA and has been shortlisted for Nine Arches Press’ Primers scheme and The White Review Poet’s Prize 2022. She was recently digital poet-in-residence for Poetry Business and has been published in Magma, The White Review, Barren, and Ink Sweat & Tears amongst others. She is also a graduate of The Writing Squad.
K.Blair (she/they) is a member of London Queer Writers and helps to run/host their LGBTQ+ spoken word night, SPEAK =. They love subjecting their friends to bad animated movies and have so far managed to avoid being subjected to Cats (2019) by the same friends. Find her in the wild, on Twitter, Instagram, and their website.
Murphy is a recovering film studies grad who strings sentences together for a living at a digital marketing agency. She survives on all things horror related and bak chor mee or fishball noodles as it’s commonly called in Singapore.
Gabrielle Fullam is a Punjabi-Irish writer based in Lucan, Dublin. She is currently editor in chief of Icarus Magazine, Ireland’s oldest literary journal. Her work centres on her experiences, and polticisation of the self. Her most recent play Do As I Tweet Not As I Do received 9 nominations at the Irish Student Drama Awards. Her academic research centres on documenting and understanding mixed-race experience.