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Benjamin Schmitt is the author of three books, most recently Soundtrack to a Fleeting Masculinity. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Sojourners, Antioch Review, The Good Men Project, Hobart, Columbia Review,and elsewhere. A co-founder of Pacifica Writers’ Workshop, he has also written articles for The Seattle Times and At The Inkwell. He lives in Seattle with his wife and children.
Kait Burrier is a poet and copywriter living in New York City. She currently hosts and curates At the Inkwell’s NYC reading series. She was the founding host and curator of Union Square Slam, where she also co-facilitated workshops. Kait holds an MFA from Wilkes University, where she earned the Wilkes-Etruscan Press prize. She served as an inaugural Artist-in-Residence at the Delaware Highlands Conservancy’s Lemons Brook Farm. You can find her writing online and in print.
Elizabeth Cohen teaches creative writing at SUNY Plattsburgh and through Gotham Writer’s Workshops in New York. She is the author of The Hypothetical Girl, a collection of short stories, The Family on Beartown Road and four books of poetry, including What the Trees Said. She lives in upstate New York with her daughter, Ava, and way too many cats. Learn more at www.elizabethdcohen.com.
Writer, editor and collaborator D Ferrara’s work has appeared in numerous magazines and journals. She is the editor of American Writers Review, and a co-editor and contributor to “Jewels of San Fedele,” an anthology. Her script, Arvin Lindemeyer Takes Canarsie won Outstanding Screenplay in the Oil Valley Film Festival. Her play, Favor, won NJ ACT’s Outstanding Production of an Original Play.
Gabriel Muller is a journalist and writer based in Washington, D.C. He is an editorial associate at Atlantic Media Strategies, the digital consultancy of The Atlantic where he has contributed articles about television and sports. In addition, he’s been published in The Financial Times, The Miami Herald, and FLAUNT Magazine. He graduated with a degree in history from George Washington University and also teaches students and clients writing and digital communication.