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.
Crystal Stewart lives in the North of England. She is a playwright, workshop facilitator and creative producer. The pandemic has led her back to her first loves, poetry and prose writing. She is drawn to magical realism and takes inspiration from writers such as Jeanette Winterson and Angela Carter.
Tito Titus, author of 'I can still smile like Errol Flynn' (Empty Bowl Press, 2015), appears in various journals and anthologies, most recently Garrison Keillor's The Artist's Almanac in May of this year. https://www.poetfire.com/
Always asking, “What’s next?” “Why?” and “Why Not?” solo, sassy / Barbara Rady Kazdan / @achievingchange / loves back roads travel and forward thinking. Find this empty nester and lifelong change agent enjoying her weekly writing workshops and open-hearted friends in Silver Spring, Maryland, en route to far-flung family, and online at here. Truth or [...]