Henry Mars is a nonbinary author living in Florida, living with their fiancé and a rambunctious cat named Arcadia. Born in the hallowed year of 1998, they grew up playing video games, watching movies, and reading books, absorbed in the various ways stories are told throughout different types of media. Wanting to create impactful stories like the ones they grew up with, they started out writing fanfiction and gradually progressed towards writing their own stories. They adore anything fantasy, supernatural, macabre, strange, and unusual, and incorporate those elements in nearly anything they write to create a world all their own. Artwork by Edward Michael Supranowicz
Salvatore Difalco is a Sicilian-Canadian poet and satirist.
Anna Kirwin is a writer and artist, living in London, but dreaming of the Arctic. Her last published piece explored the strange, ethereal glow of European cities by night, but more generally, her recent work deals with the connections between language, thought and time. She sees light in the darkness.
Sebastian Moya is a poet and a writer of fiction. He was raised between El Paso, TX and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua and graduated with a degree in Narrative Structure from the University of Southern California. Most of the time, he is bustling between Los Angeles and the Borderland. Artwork by Edward Michael Supranowicz