Albi James (pseudonym) was born in Nova Scotia, grew up in Windsor, Ontario, and now lives in Calgary, Alberta. He has been a labourer, musician, and teacher – not necessarily in that order. His poems have appeared in various journals, anthologies, and in a collection. He is also the author of His Own Misfortune, a work-in-progress. Artwork by Edward Supranowicz
M. Christine Benner Dixon lives, writes, and grows things in Pittsburgh, PA. Working in both prose and poetry, her writing has appeared in Vastarien: A Literary Journal, HeartWood Literary Magazine, pacificREVIEW: A West Coast Arts Review Annual, Paperbark Literary Magazine, Tiny Seed Literary Journal, American Literary Realism, and DreamSeeker Magazine.
Margot Douaihy, PhD, is a queer writer and editor. She is the author of 'Scranton Lace' and 'Girls Like You,' both published by Clemson University Press. Her true-crime poetry project, 'Bandit Queen: The Runaway Story of Belle Starr,' will be published in 2021. Douaihy's work has been featured in PBS NewsHour, Madison Review, and Colorado Review, among others.