JENNI B. BAKER is a poet based in Bethesda, MD. Her own poetry (both found and not) has been published in more than 20 literary journals, including InDigest Magazine, Solo Novo, qaartsiluni, BluePrintReview and The Newport Review. In recent years, she has given poetry readings at The Writers Center (Bethesda, MD) and VisArts (Rockville, MD).  Jenni holds an MA in Professional Writing from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and a BA in English in French from the University of Kentucky. By day, she works as a nonprofit online content manager. Learn more at or by following her on Twitter @jennibbaker.



BETH AYER is a writer, reader, and editor based in Providence, RI.  She writes poetry and works as the web editor for a mathematics research publisher. Follow her on on Twitter @bethdayer.



MARTIN ELWELL is a poet and editor currently living on the New Hampshire seacoast. His poems have appeared in Extract(s), The Found Poetry Review, Empty Mirror Magazine of the Arts, Evening Street Review, and other literary journals. He is co-editor of Bearers of Distance, an anthology of poems by runners, forthcoming from Eastern Point Press. You can follow him on Twitter @MartyElwell, read other poems at or follow his travels at Martin also serves as a poetry editor for FPR.



DOUGLAS LUMAN is the Art Director of Stillhouse Press, Head Researcher of, a book designer, and digital human. You can follow him on Twitter at or at his site


E. KRISTIN ANDERSON grew up in Westbrook, Maine and is a graduate of Connecticut College. She has a degree in classics which has not helped her with employment in Ancient Rome. Ms. Anderson is the co-editor of DEAR TEEN ME, an anthology based on the popular website. Her poetry has been published worldwide and she is an assistant editor at Hunger Mountain. Once upon a time she worked at The New Yorker. Ms. Anderson’s work is forthcoming in COIN OPERA II, (poems about video games), and FUTUREDAZE, a YA Sci Fi anthology. She lives in Austin, TX and blogs at

JUSTIN BOND work has appeared most recently in NAP, Temenos, and StepAway Magazine, and is forthcoming from Vinyl Poetry, the Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, and Kindling. He lives and works in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

DEBORAH HAUSER is the author of Ennui: From the Diagnostic and Statistical Field Guide of Feminine Disorders (Finishing Line Press, 2011). She received a Masters in English Literature from Stony Brook University and has taught at Stony Brook University and Suffolk County Community College. She leads a double life on Long Island where works in the insurance industry when she isn’t writing poetry. Her work has recently appeared in Dogwood, DASH, and It’s Animal but Merciful.

VICKI HUDSON is a cross genre writer with an MFA in nonfiction. In 2013, she was a contributor to the National Poetry Month project, Pulitzer Remix. She has published in a variety of print and online venues. Her current project is a collection of poetry entitled Other Mommy, regarding the experience of the non-biological mother in a same gender family.  Find out more at or

S. E. INGRAHAM confesses much of her poetry is largely autobiographical but does not dwell on specifics. Suffice to say when you winter at the 53rd parallel (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada – on the lip of the Arctic Circle) and share the odd summer with krypt-kickers (aka archaeological students) in southern Italy, in the shadow of a dormant volcano – the fodder for poems is immense. Ingraham also draws from an incredibly enriched living arrangement, with her lover/spouse of 40+ years, a loyal but chocolate-stealing wolf/border-collie cross, plus other close family. Her work appears or will soon, in: Poised in Flight, Pyrokinection, Shot Glass, Red Fez, Storm Cycle – The Best of 2012, Poetic Bloomings:The First Year, A Blackbird Sings,  and Prompted,  among other publications.

SONJA JOHANSON attended College of the Atlantic, and currently serves as Training Coordinator for the Massachusetts Master Gardener Association. She has recent work appearing in The Avocet, The Aurorean, Dandelion Farm Review, and Shot Glass Poetry. Sonja divides her time between work in Massachusetts and her home in the mountains of western Maine.

AMANDA PAPENFUS currently lives in Germany with her husband and two rambunctious dogs. She keeps a blog about her overseas adventures. She received a BFA in creative writing from Bowling Green State University and is pursuing an MA in counseling psychology. Her poetry has appeared in The Found Poetry Review‘s Pulitzer Remix project, Psychic Meatloaf, The Montreal Review and elsewhere. Her fiction has appeared in Two Thirds North, Five Stop Story, The First Line and other publications.