Haley loves Ellie and Adam more than fresh guacamole and her bunny sons. She is an art-hungry gardener from Annapolis, Maryland. She has published poetry in Slipstream, The Shore Poetry, Breakwater Review, Folio Literary Journal, and elsewhere. She is in the University of Memphis MFA Creative Writing program. She is a founding co-editor of Beaver Magazine, and Art Editor for the Pinch Journal. Her poems are heavily influenced by the intrinsic connections between humans and the environment; obsessed with inhabiting toxic patriarchal voices to satirize the societal systems that oppress the Earth. But sometimes she wakes up and needs to just wade in a pastoral. In her undergrad, she studied Environmental Studies and Creative Writing, with specific focuses on environmental justice, sustainable agriculture, and poetry.
Tisha Jasmine is a Biotechnology and Cognitive Sciences graduate of the University of Central Florida, where she served as Poetry Editor for the Cypress Dome Literary Magazine. She has been writing and submitting to poetry contests from early childhood, and plans on releasing a collection by 2023 whilst working on her astro-biotech endeavors. Tisha Jasmine also currently serves as Secretary of the Lower Eastern Shore chapter of the Maryland Writers’ Association and is working on an e-book on behalf of NASA about the 2021 Lucy Mission to the Trojan Asteroids.
Neil is a creative project manager and copywriter living on the coast of North Carolina. She studied English and Creative Writing at the University of Notre Dame, and has since worked in farming and brewing. She has work forthcoming in the origami review.
Terin Weinberg earned her MFA from Florida International University in Miami, Florida. She graduated with degrees in Environmental Studies and English from Salisbury University in Maryland. She is a lecturer in the English Department at DeSales University. She has been published in journals including: The Normal School, Flyway: Journal of Writing & Environment, Red Earth Review, Dark River Review, Split Rock Review, and Waccamaw. When she isn’t writing or lecturing, she is farming her family’s property in rural New Jersey.
Sam Moe is the first-place winner of Invisible City’s Blurred Genres contest in 2022, and the 2021 recipient of an Author Fellowship from Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing. Her first chapbook, “Heart Weeds,” is out from Alien Buddha Press and her second chapbook, “Grief Birds,” is forthcoming from Bullshit Lit in April 2023. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram as @SamAnneMoe.
Ellery recently graduated from Salisbury University with a degree in English. A pushcart and best of the net nominee, they are the Founding Interview Editor for The Shore Poetry and a reader for Poet Lore. They have work published in a variety of genres including poetry, flash fiction, comics and photography. They have poems published or forthcoming in Passages North, Sugar House Review, Typehouse, Atlanta Review, Waccamaw, Cider Press Review and elsewhere.
Adam D. Weeks is a second grade teacher in Baltimore and a founding editor of Beaver Magazine. He received his degree in creative writing from Salisbury University. He won the 2022 Third Wednesday Poetry Contest, has been a Pushcart Prize nominee, and has poetry published or forthcoming in Fugue, Poet Lore, Sugar House Review, Sweet: A Literary Confection, Sycamore Review, and elsewhere.
Aarron Sholar is a transgender writer who has been working on lit mags and publishing his own work since 2019. He is originally from Elkridge, MD, he got his BA in English at Salisbury University, and he is an MFA Candidate in CNF at MNSU, Mankato. He LOVES essays that take risks, provide new outlooks on common ideas, etc. He has essays forthcoming and/or published in Dead Skunk Magazine, Sunspot Lit (awarded the Quarterly Editor’s Prize), Broadkill Review (nominated for Best of the Net 2022), Sierra Nevada Review, 45th Parallel Literary Magazine, Hobart, and others. Interact with him on Twitter (@aarron_sholar) and visit his website to see the pieces he has to offer the world!
Robin Arble is a poet and writer from the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. Her poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Beestung, Door Is A Jar, Pøst-, ALOCASIA, Brazos River Review, and Overheard Magazine, among others. They have served as a summer poetry reader for The Massachusetts Review. They study literature and creative writing at Hampshire College.
Latitude Brown will eventually graduate college, and afterwards they will pursue more degrees in the hopes of collecting them all. Their favorite things to write about include: the concept of the body, girls who have knives, and procedural murder mysteries. They live in Michigan, their favorite place.