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Rachel Husk is an undergraduate at Bowling Green State University majoring in creative writing with a minor in women’s, gender, and sexuality studies. She has had her poem “Florence” published in The Sucarnochee Review and her fiction story “Ghost” was published in Blue Marble Review. Angela C. Kramer is a senior at Bowling Green State University majoring in creative writing. A huge fan of warmth and being warm, Angela loves blankets, baking, and cuddling with her husband and two cats while watching the same movies over and over. Her work has appeared in Asterism, Runestone Review, and Catfish Creek. Kurtiss Limbrick is a bucolic American poet hailing from rural Illinois. He received his BA in creative writing from Arizona State University and has published poems in journals such as The Shoreline Journal, LUX, and Anon magazine. He’s worked as an intern to the poetry editor for ASU’s Hayden’s Ferry Review and was editor-in-chief of ASU’s undergraduate journal, Marooned. Davey Mann has led an eclectic life. He has undertaken many adventures, including serving in both Iraq and Afghanistan, working as a hairstylist in LA, being an international oddities dealer, and riding hand-built 1970’s Harley choppers all over the United States. He is currently attending University of Memphis and maintains a studio at Marshall Arts Gallery in the Edge District, home of Memphis’s own world-famous Sun Studios. Kirsten Mayse is an undergraduate student at the University of Memphis with a strong passion for reading and writing poetry. She is often referred to as a crazy cat lady and has one sweet tortoiseshell girl named Kat. You can find her on Instagram @kirstenmayse or at any Mexican restaurant in Memphis. She is majoring in English and is expected to graduate in May of 2021. Alexis McCauley has worked in the medical field for over 10 years in many capacities and is currently working as a cardiac tech for the

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Red Cedar Review Vol. 54