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Mia Ayumi Malhotra

Mia Ayumi Malhotra (6.1).

Mia Ayumi Malhotra is a Kundiman and VONA/Voices Fellow from the San Francisco Bay Area. She holds an MFA from the University of Washington and serves as the Associate Editor of Lantern Review. Read more at:

Stacey Mann

Stacey Mann (2.3).

A multi-genre writer, Stacey Mann recently graduated from Stetson University and is now finishing up a Masters of Theological Studies at Harvard Divinity in Religion, Ethics, and Politics. Her work also appears in the Buddhist Poetry Review, Touchstone, Harvard’s Dudley House Review, and Wick.

Sheila McMullin

Sheila McMullin (4.2).

Sheila McMullin runs the feminist and artist resource website, MoonSpit Poetry, where a full list of her publications can also be found. She is the Website Assistant for VIDA: Women in Literary Arts and a Contributing Editor for ROAR Magazine. Her chapbook, Like Water, was a finalist for the Ahsahta Press and New Delta Review chapbook competitions, as well as a semifinalist in the Black Lawrence Press chapbook competition. She works as an after-school creative writing and college prep instructor and volunteers at her local animal rescue. She holds her M.F.A. in poetry from George Mason University.

Melissa Atkinson Mercer

Melissa Atkinson Mercer (6.1).

Melissa Atkinson Mercer is the author of the chapbooks Storm Was Her Voice (dancing girl press, 2016) and After the Miracle Season (forthcoming, ELJ Publications, 2017). Her work has also appeared or is forthcoming in Bone Bouquet, Rust+Moth, and Hot Metal Bridge, among others. She has an MFA from West Virginia University and currently lives in the mountains of North Carolina, between a trout stream and a cemetery.

Patrick Milian

Patrick Milian (4.2).

Patrick Milian is currently pursuing his MFA in poetry at the University of Washington where he is coordinating editor of the Seattle Review. His work has appeared in a number of journals, including the Baltimore Review, Copper Nickle, Empirical Magazine, Heavy Feather Review, and Prime Number.

Ben Miller

Ben Miller.

Ben Miller’s prose has appeared in many journals, including AGNI, Ecotone, the Kenyon Review, the Antioch Review, Raritan, Salmagundi, One Story, and The Yale Review. He is the author of River Bend Chronicle: The Junkification of a Boyhood Idyll Amid the Curious Glory of Urban Iowa (Lookout Books, 2013). His awards include a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts.

Dirk Morgus

Dirk Morgus (3.1).

irk Morgus, PT, MTC, OCS, is Vice President of Therapy Operations at Gelatonic Incorporated, in which position he has served for three years. For nine years previous he was Director of Therapy for the Deerville office, in which position he was responsible for disseminating Jorm 3.0 protocols among elderly users, who know him better perhaps as “the Jorm Bunny” [insert smiley-face emoticon]. Dirk has edited Gelatonic’s monthly newsletter, Gelatonic Monthly, for the last six years, succeeding such renowned editors as Dan Morfogen (now Regional Director – Granger Region), Carl Blorkonz, PT (deceased), and Gary “Uncle Butterstick” Butterman (whereabouts unknown).

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