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Dri Chiu Tattersfield

Dri Chiu Tattersfield (@plant_a_dri) experiments with speculative fiction, zines, and games towards futures that hold everyone they love. He sometimes teaches high school physics, and is from Taipei and Portland, OR.

Maximillian Matthews (they/them/he/him) is the author of Another World, a collection of non-fiction essays praised by Kirkus Reviews and Independent Book Review. Twitter @maximillijamaal

saahil m. (they/them) is a writer and intercultural educator whose roots hail from a village in Baluchistan (modern day Pakistan). They write about Partition, home, and belonging. Follow them at on Instagram.

hannah harris-sutro is a white femme leatherdyke & somatics practitioner writing an essay collection about leather as culture & folklore on unceded kanien’kehá:ka territory in tiohtià:ke / mooniyang / montréal @cuntext

Monterica Sadé Neil (@blackstaryouare) received her MFA from Louisiana State University. They’ve been a Tin House Scholar & a Philip Roth Writer-in-Residence at Bucknell University. She is currently at work on a memoir.

Seren Kilig (they) is a Filipino writer and illustrator. They’ve received fellowships from Periplus + Lambda Literary. While not writing, they spend their days studying art history and playing video games. @SerenKilig.

Willow (she/her, they/them) is a Black transfemme poet, narrativist, and creative hailing from the Black Midwest via unceded Mississiauga, Kaskakia, and Erie territory (Cleveland, OH). Find her on Twitter @willowsgr0ve.

Amina Kayani is a Muhajir writer, teacher, and editor. Her stories love their strangeness and have appeared or are forthcoming in the Kenyon Review, the Offing, JOYLAND, and elsewhere. Find her on twitter @_am1na.

Amanda Wong (they/them) is an essayist and technologist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Amanda’s work explores the intersections between visual art, citizenship, and urban landscapes. Find them on their website ( or @awongxyz!

jason b. crawford (They/He/She) born in Washington DC and raised in Lansing, MI, is the author of Year of the Unicorn Kidz. They have poems in or forthcoming in POETRY Magazine, Cincinnati Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, RHINO Poetry, among others. They hold their MFA in Poetry from The New School.

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