Heather Humphrey is currently working on a Ph.D. in English Literature and Creative Writing at Binghamton University. She is the editor-in-chief for Harpur Palate, fiction editor for Ragazine, Director of the Binghamton Poetry Project and the Literati Reading Series, and Editor-at-Large for Street Light Press. Heather’s poetry can be found in the Paterson Literary ReviewEdison Literary Review, and Black Fox Literary Magazine and she has book reviews forthcoming in the Paterson Literary Review and The Scattered Pelican. Follow on twitter and instagram: @bigred9094.

Liam Meilleur is a graduate of the Clarion West writer’s workshop with an MFA from the University of New Orleans. He's currently pursuing a PhD in creative writing on a fellowship from Binghamton University, where he's the fiction editor for the Harpur Palate literary journal. Liam also serves as a submissions editor for Uncanny Magazine. You can read about his misadventures as a genre writer and literary editor at a Rainy Day in Eden.

Bernadette Roe is a Canadian born creative nonfiction writer and poet. She is completing a PhD at Binghamton University in creative writing.

Brian Kasymaliev-Kelly received his MFA at UC Irvine in California and has taught abroad and in New York City for 14 years. Author of L'America. A poet and visual artist using interdisciplinary tactics in art, journalism, and literature, you’ll catch him perfecting his standup routine at the FunnyBone in Syracuse, NY

Amanda Biltucci is an enigmatic native of upstate New York.