Chrys Tobey is the author of the poetry book A Woman is a Woman is a Woman is a Woman (Steel Toe Books, 2017). Her poetry has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and published in many print and online literary journals, including Ploughshares, The Cincinnati Review, the minnesota review, Rattle, New Ohio Review & Smartish Pace. Chrys curates the Portland based reading series Women Writers Against Trump with her sister Allison Tobey. She lives and teaches in Portland, Oregon, with her canis familiaris and imaginary goat.
torrin a. greathouse is a genderqueer, cripple-punk from Southern California. They are the Editor-in-Chief of Black Napkin Press. Their work has been published or is forthcoming in Lunch Ticket, 3Elements Review, Assaracus, Heavy Feather Review, and Glass: a Journal of Poetry. They were nominated for Best New Poets and the Pushcart Prize in 2016, and were a Best Small Fictions finalist, and semifinalist for the Adroit Poetry Prize. torrin's first chapbook, Therǝ is a Case That I Ɐm, is forthcoming from Damaged Goods Press in 2017. Their interests include attempted survival and trying to find some GODDAMN SIZE 13 HEELS!
Linette Reeman (they/them pronouns) is an Aries from the Jersey Shore, so they're not sure what you mean by 'speed limit.' They have work published or forthcoming in Blueshift Journal, Maps for Teeth, FreezeRay, Public Pool, and others. A multiple Pushcart Prize and Bettering American Poetry nominee, Linette is on the executive board of the Philadelphia Fuze Poetry Slam, is the reigning Grand Slam Champ of Loser Slam, and is completing their BA in History at Rowan University. // LINETTEREEMAN.TUMBLR.COM