Sarah Hozumi is a rewriter and Japanese-to-English translator who lives near Tokyo. She likes photography, drawing, baking and studying languages. She had a story published in OPEN: Journal of Arts & Letters in December of 2020 as well. Please feel free to check out her blog and photos at sarahhozumi.com. Her dream is to continue being a translator while having her books become known well enough that one day she can talk to others about them. She would also like a dog someday that is small, poofy and would spur Sarah to go out and take a few more walks.
Adam Tarawneh is an American who was born on March 25, 1987. He traveled to Jordan in 1999, the country of his origins. He majored in English Literature for his bachelor’s degree. After he graduated, he moved to work in the Gulf as an English teacher for several years until he pursued his dreams and continued his Master’s degree in literature from Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, UK. Now, he is an Adjunct Instructor teaching literature throughout several colleges and universities across the United States.
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Abigail Selby is a student born and raised in Northern California currently studying creative writing with an interest in publishing. Both in and aside from her studies, she continues to evolve her passion for writing, while endlessly searching for new ways in which we may reinvent ourselves through words.