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THESE ARE OUR CONTRIBUTORS TO ISSUE [17.3]. ENJOY THE AWESOME. IF YOU DO NOT ENJOY THE AWESOME SUFFICIENTLY, PLEASE CONTACT MANAGEMENT VIA THE [MASTHEAD].

* We believe in the serial comma.

* Here's our feeling on the bios. We prefer them to be entertaining, but above all they should be useful. Hence we include email addresses and website where you can find the writers, if the writers agree to this. We don't like to list awards or graduate degrees unless they are useful for readers. (We suspect these are not useful for readers.) However, we are happy to list other places you might find these writers' work, and where they teach or work, if you want to find them and send them cash or love or creepy or dirty or just plain sweet photos.

Marcia Aldrich is the author of the free memoir Girl Rearing, published by W.W. Norton. She has been the editor of Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction. Companion to an Untold Story won the AWP Award in Creative Nonfiction. She is the editor of [Waveform: Twenty-First-Century Essays by Women] published by The University of Georgia Press. [email]

Sue Allison has had short fiction and essays published in Harvard Review, Fourth Genre, Berkeley Fiction Review, Denver Quarterly, and other journals. She won a Pushcart Prize in 2013, had an essay in Best American Essays 2009, and a short short story performed on National Public Radio’s Selected Shorts Series. [email]

Samuel Rafael Barber is an MA candidate in English at Columbia University. Recent work has appeared in Puerto del Sol. According to life expectancy tables, he will live another 52.7 years. [email]

Will Cordeiro cannot drive a car. He is not on any social media. Some question if he is American. Others, whether he is human.

Jamison Crabtree is whatever you say he is. [twitter]

Michelle R Disler's essays, photo essays, and prose poems have appeared in journals such as North Dakota Quarterly, Seneca Review, Hotel Amerika, Fugue, and The Massachusetts Review, among others. Her first book, [BOND, James] was published by Counterpath Press in 2012. [email]

Sarah Escue is a poet, visual artist, and editor in Boulder, Colorado. Her poems and artwork appear or are forthcoming in Gulf Stream Literary MagazineAtticus ReviewThe ElephantsDialogist,Idle MagazineWildnessLullwater Review, and others. Her first chapbook Bruised Gospel is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press in the fall of 2017. [website] [email]

B J Hollars is the author of a few books, including the forthcoming Flock Together: A Love Affairs with Extinct Birds. He teaches at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. [website] [email]

Hilary S Jacqmin lives in Baltimore, MD, where she is an associate production editor at Johns Hopkins University Press. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in FIELD, PANK, AGNI Online, The Hopkins Review, 32 Poems, Best New Poets 2011, and elsewhere. Her first book of poems, Missing Persons, was recently published by Waywiser Press.

Jessica Johnson's poems and essays have appeared in Tin House; Paris Review; Brain, Child; and Harvard Review, among other journals, and she has recent work in 32 Poems, Public Pool, and The Account. Her chapbook In Absolutes We Seek Each Other (New Michigan Press) was an Oregon Book Award finalist. She teaches at Portland Community College in Portland, Oregon. [twitter]

Josh Kalscheur is the author of Tidal, which won the 2013 Four Way Books Levis Prize and was published in Spring 2015. Recent work has appeared in, or is forthcoming from Slate, The Cincinnati Review, Salt Hill, and Horsethief, among others. He is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at SUNY-Fredonia. [email]

Breeann Kyte's two greatest achievements have been building a human and a hepatitis C virus from scratch—the former in her uterus, the latter in a test tube. She has been at various points in her life a scientist, writer, college professor, wine-pourer, community builder, know-it-all. She loves and lives in California. [blog] [email]

Hayley LeMay has been informed that "if you eat spicy foods every day, at some point you will no longer know what spicy is, and then you will die." This warning came without context today from her 7-year-old son. Hayley reads, writes, and avoids hot sauce in Omaha, Nebraska. Her essays have appeared in Brevity and Hippocampus Magazine. [email]

Paige Lewis is the author of the chapbook Reasons to Wake You (forthcoming, Tupelo Press). Their poems have appeared or are forthcoming in American Poetry Review, Ploughshares, The Georgia Review, and Colorado Review. [website]

Jennifer Lunden has eight chickens, three cats, a Great Dane, and a husband. Her work has appeared in Creative Nonfiction, Orion, Wigleaf, Sweet, and several anthologies. [website] [twitter] [facebook] [email]

Rachel Morgan is the author of Honey & Blood, Blood & Honey (Final Thursday Press 2017). Her work recently appears or is forthcoming in Crazyhorse, Prairie Schooner, Salt Hill, The Laurel Review, Bellevue Literary Review, and Barrow Street. She was a semi-finalist for 2016 Discovery/Boston Review Poetry Contest. Currently she teaches at the University of Northern Iowa and is the Poetry Editor for the North American Review. [website] [email]

Andy Mozina is the author of two story collections and a new novel, Contrary Motion. His fiction has appeared in Tin House, The Southern Review, The Missouri Review, and elsewhere. He teaches at Kalamazoo College. [website] [email]

Maddy Raskulinecz lives in Baltimore, MD, where she teaches writing at Johns Hopkins. [twitter] [email]

Eric Tran is the author of the chapbooks Affairs with Men in Suits (Backbone Press) and Revisions (forthcoming, Sibling Rivalry Press). His work appears in or is forthcoming in Superstition Review, Indiana Review, Black Warrior Review, and elsewhere. He is a medical student at the University of North Carolina.

Meg Wade lives, writes, and sings passionate karaoke in Nashville, Tennessee. Her recent poems can be found at Pinwheel, Banango Street, Horsethief, and New South Journal, among others. [email]

Devon Walker-Figueroa's poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in The American Poetry Review, The New England Review, The Iowa Review, Los Angeles Review of Books Quarterly, and Tin House Online. She is co-founding editor of Horsethief Books.

Fritz Ward is the author of Tsunami Diorama (The Word Works, 2017) and the chapbook Doppelganged (Blue Hour Press, 2011). The recipient of the Cecil Hemley Memorial Prize from the Poetry Society of America, his poetry has appeared in American Poetry Review, Best New Poets, The Adroit Journal, Gulf Coast, and elsewhere. He works at Swarthmore College and lives just outside of Philadelphia. [email]

A E Weisgerber's work can/will be found in SmokeLong Quarterly, FLAPPERHOUSE, Structo Magazine, The Alaska Star, Heavy Feather Review, and Zoetrope Cafe's Story Machine. She reads for lit mags + writes reviews. [website]

Scott Withiam's first book, Arson & Prophets, was published by Ashland Poetry Press. His poems are most recently out in Antioch ReviewAscent, Beloit Poetry Journal, Chattahoochee Review, Cimarron Review, DIAGRAM, The Literary Review, Plume, and Salamander. He works for a nonprofit in the Boston area. [email]

Jennifer Wortman's fiction and essays have appeared in North American Review, Confrontation, Massachusetts Review, PANK, Southeast Review, River Teeth's "Beautiful Things," and elsewhere. She is an associate fiction editor for Colorado Review and an instructor at Lighthouse Writers Workshop. [email]