Orlantae Duncan


Orlantae Duncan is a writer, foodie, and avid reader who resides in Richmond, Virginia. His poetry and prose occupy an interest with history, religion, and expressions of black queerness. His work is forthcoming in Allegory Ridge’s poetry anthology, Aurora. He has served on the editorial staff of The Rappahannock Review and manages his own blog, Between the Blog & Me. (link: https://btbamblog.wordpress.com/)

Divya Iyer

The Tuesday Principle 




Divya Iyer is a queer nonbinary poet from India. Their work has been previously published in Barren Magazine, Rose Quartz Mag, The Brown Orient and other places. They love going to the beach, drinking masala chai and listening to punk rock music. You can find them on Twitter @ divwhine and on Instagram @ ivymouth.

Matt Mitchell



Matt Mitchell is an intersex writer from Ohio trying to make his work as beautiful as “Into the Groove” by Madonna, the quintessential pop banger. He is a former Best Hair winner in high school, as well as the self-elected Poet Laureate of Vanilla Coke drinkers. His chapbook, you & me & the pink moon & these portraits, if forthcoming from Ghost City Press in late August. He’s also had poems published in Glass: A Journal of Poetry, BARNHOUSE, and Drunk Monkeys, among others.

Stephanie Ginese



Stephanie Ginese (she/her) is a queer, first generation Boricua-Italian writer & poet living in Cleveland, OH with her two sons.  She is the Special Programs Coordinator for Twelve Literary Arts. Stephanie has been published in zines, journals, & anthologies throughout the country. She has also been a contributor for multiple digital Latinx platforms. She is currently assembling her first collection of poetry & when she isn’t writing, working, or raising; can be found summoning wisdom through tarot, co-hosting The Fallen Fruit podcast, reading three books at once, finding any excuse to dance, or plotting ways to dismantle the system.

Gretchen Rockwell



Gretchen Rockwell is a queer poet and supplemental instructor of English at the Naval Academy Preparatory School in Newport, RI. Xer work has appeared in Glass: Poets Resist, Into the Void, Noble/Gas Qtrly, Kissing Dynamite, and elsewhere. Gretchen enjoys writing poetry about gender and sexuality, history, space, and unusual connections – find xer at http://www.gretchenrockwell.com or on Twitter at @daft_rockwell.