William Heath has published two chapbooks, Night Moves in Ohio and Leaving Seville; a book of poems, The Walking Man; three novels, The Children Bob Moses Led, Devil Dancer, and Blacksnake’s Path; a work of history, William Wells and the Struggle for the Old Northwest; and some interviews, Conversations with Robert Stone. http://www.williamheathbooks.com Photography by Co-founder P. M. Chatelain
Mercury-Marvin Sunderland (he/him) is a transgender autistic gay man from Seattle with Borderline Personality Disorder. He currently attends the Evergreen State College and works for Headline Poetry & Press. He’s been published by University of Amsterdam’s Writer’s Block and UC Santa Barbara’s Spectrum. He’s @Romangodmercury on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Their work is regularly featured on In Parentheses. Artwork by Co-founder M. R. Pitter.
Nazia Kamali is a reader, writer, and teacher who regularly volunteers with organizations that work for Women Empowerment. She has written for the local news journal Harbinger India for several years. Her writings have appeared online on Indus Women Writings and The Whorticulturalist as well as in anthologies by Cape Comorin Publishers, Other Worldy Women Press, and PCC Inscape. Artwork by Co-founder Michael R. Pitter
Samantha Malay’s work recently appeared in The Very Edge: Poems (Flying Ketchup Press 2020), Ponder Review and Qwerty Magazine. Born in Berlin, Germany, she grew up in rural northeastern Washington State. She is a theatrical wardrobe technician by trade, a mixed-media artist and a graduate of Seattle University’s sociology program. Artwork by Co-founder Michael R. Pitter