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J.E. Seuk (she/her) is a writer and freelance editor who has taught high school and university English in the U.S. and South Korea. She studied English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, and is currently hustling for scholarships so she can enter Cambridge for her Creative Writing MSt. She's a member of West Hill Writers and has pieces published in Ghost Heart Literary Journal and Ellipsis Zine, with more imminent. A '1.75 generation' Korean American immigrant, she now resides in Brighton, England where she enjoys music-making, sea air, and walking behind dogs on sidewalks. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram @SeukWrites.
Samantha Fain is an MFA candidate at Bowling Green State University. Her first chapbook, “Coughing Up Planets,” debuted with Vegetarian Alcoholic Press this March, and her microchap “sad horse music” debuts with The Daily Drunk this May. Her work has appeared in The Indianapolis Review, SWWIM, 8 Poems, and others. She tweets at @smnthfn.
Joan Kwon Glass
Joan Kwon Glass (she/her) is author of “How to Make Pancakes For a Dead Boy” (Harbor Editions, 2022), was a finalist for the 2021 Subnivean Award, a finalist for the 2021 Lumiere Review Writing Contest, & serves as Poet Laureate (2021-2025) for the city of Milford, CT. She is a biracial Korean American who grew up in Michigan & South Korea. Joan holds a B.A. & M.A.T. from Smith College, is Poetry Co-Editor for West Trestle Review & Poetry Reader for Rogue Agent. Her poems have recently been published or are forthcoming in Korean Quarterly, the Subnivean, trampset, Rust & Moth, Rattle, Mom Egg, SWWIM, Honey Literary, Lumiere Review, Lantern Review, Literary Mama, Barnstorm & others. Since 2018, Joan has been nominated four times for the Pushcart Prize. She tweets @joanpglass & you may read her previously published work at www.joankwonglass.com.
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