forthcoming in early 2019. He lives in Florida and Oregon. ESTEBAN RODRÍGUEZ is the author of Dusk & Dust (Hub City Press, 2019). His poetry has appeared in The Gettysburg Review, New England Review, Washington Square Review, and Puerto del Sol, with new poems forthcoming in TriQuarterly, Blackbox Manifold, and Southwestern American Literature. He currently lives with his family and teaches in Austin, Texas. LAURA ROMEYN was born and raised in western Wisconsin. A former Wallace Stegner Fellow in Poetry at Stanford University (20152017), her poems have appeared in AGNI, Black Warrior Review, Crazyhorse, Ninth Letter, and The Yale Review, among other journals. She currently lives and teaches in the San Francisco Bay Area. MAUREEN SEATON has authored twenty poetry collections, both solo and collaborative, most recently, FISHER (Black Lawrence, ’18). Her awards include the Iowa Poetry Prize and the Lambda Literary Award, an NEA fellowship and the Pushcart. Her memoir, SEX TALKS TO GIRLS (U. of Wisconsin Press), also garnered a “Lammy” and was reprinted in paperback, June, 2018. Seaton is Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Miami, Florida. BILLIE R. TADROS is the author of two books of poems, The Tree We Planted and Buried You In (Otis Books, 2018) and Was Body (forthcoming from Indolent Books). She is also the author of three chapbooks, Containers (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), inter: burial places (Porkbelly Press, 2016), and Am/Are I (forthcoming from Francis House). Her work has appeared or will appear in Black Warrior Review, The Boiler, Bone Bouquet, The Collapsar, Crab Fat Magazine, Entropy, Fairy Tale Review, Gigantic Sequins, Horse Less Review, Lavender Review, Kindred, Menacing Hedge, r.kv.r.y., Tupelo Quarterly, Wicked Alice, Word Riot, and others. You can find her at: www.BillieRTadros. com and on Twitter at @BillieRTadros. ERIN TAYLOR is an American writer based in Brooklyn. Her favorite place to cry is Ronald McNair Park in Crown Heights. Her work CONTRIBUTORS | 121
Fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and art selected for phoebe's Winter 2019 issue.