Lynarra Featherly holds a BA in the Liberal Arts from St. John’s College where her primary foci were philosophy and literature. Her writing is interested in questions of social and familial othering, agency and affect, muck and ethereality. These questions come together in her work in the way writing can open things up and allow for or constrain movement beyond what looks like it should be possible in the use of language in the everyday. Her writing works with the sense of a dialectical possibility between freedom and constraint, between anarchy and culture—to be with or without words.
Travis Sharp‘s writing has appeared with or is forthcoming from Pacifica Literary Review, Circle, ink&coda, of/with, MadHat Lit, and Crack the Spine, among others. He has a BA in English from Athens State University where he founded and edited an arts and sciences journal and was a founding member and assistant director of the theatre company The Athenian Players. He works in cross/post-genre writing, experimental prose, and book arts.
Aimee Harrison‘s fiction has appeared with The Lifted Brow and The Inman Review. A graduate of MIT, she is interested in the interstection of literature, technology, fairy tales and biology, particularly as they manifest in the videos of Jean Painleve and Brent Green. Her video work can be seen at : https://vimeo.com/channels/seesaw/
Sarah Baker‘s poetry has appeared in Westwind and We Control the Weather. She is a graduate of UCLA, where she studied anthropology, linguistics and literature. She writes and animates digital poetry.
Laura Burgher is a graduate of the University of Michigan where she studied anthropology and writing (in addition to most other things). She is currently attempting to explore questions of loneliness and intimacy, study border-crossing in time, space, and consciousness, and subtly weave otherworldly elements into her prose and poetry. Her work has appeared in Lyceum.
Breka Blakeslee studied journalism at Penn State University. She is interested in exploring boundaries and the spaces between, surrealism, and the ties between physical and emotional landscapes.