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2018. Her story “Bone on Bone” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2012. She serves as Director of Programs at Project Lazarus, a nonprofit housing facility for people living with HIV/ AIDS. She currently teaches creative writing in the New Orleans Writers Workshop and co-produces the Dogfish Reading Series in New Orleans, Louisiana. KIMBERLY LAMBRIGHT’s debut collection, Ultra-Cabin, won the 42 Miles Press Poetry Award and was published in 2016. Lambright has been awarded fellowships to the MacDowell Colony and Sou’wester Arts Colony. Her poems appear in the Columbia Poetry Review, ZYZZYVA, Sink Review, Bone Bouquet, The Boiler, Wicked Alice, Big Bridge, Little Patuxent Review, Texas Poetry Calendar, Not Very Quiet, and The Burnside Review. She lives in Brooklyn. KAYLA LIGHTNER is a Georgia native, podcast junkie, lover of horror, and leftie. Recently graduated from Vassar College with a B.A. in English, she now works at a literary agency in Manhattan where she gets to indulge in her love of books and creative writing. When Kayla isn’t writing (and consequently berating herself for not writing), she can be found at the Strand Bookstore on East 12th and Broadway, searching for the latest addition to her swelling collection of dystopic novels. Some of her literary idols include Toni Morrison (of course), Zadie Smith, Victor Lavalle, and Nalo Hopkinson. RACHEL LINN holds an MFA in creative writing from the University of Washington, where she received the Eugene Van Buren Prize for her thesis project. Her writing and illustrations have appeared or are forthcoming in the St. Louis Arts in Transit Metrolines & Metroscapes programs, Rivet, Storm Cellar, Coachella, Pacifica, and elsewhere. She is a recent recipient of a St. Louis Regional Arts Commission artist support grant and is helping plan the 2019 St. Louis Small Press Expo. JENNIE MALBOEUF’s work is found in the Virginia Quarterly Review, Oxford Poetry, The Hollins Critic, AGNI, FIELD, Prairie Schooner, Epoch, Image, New American Writing, Best New Poets 2016, CONTRIBUTORS | 119