Nathan is a student and writer from Arizona. His work has been published in Ghost Parachute, Maudlin House, Rust+Moth, and Red Rock Review, among others, and has been nominated for Best of the Net. He won the 1st Place Award in the Glendon & Kathryn Swarthout Creative Writing Contest, and was chosen as a Virginia E. Piper Desert Nights, Rising Stars scholar. His writing often tends to deconstruct topics like capitalism, toxic masculinity, substance abuse, and bisexuality. When not working, you can find him revising his poetry chapbook, "We All Need to Eat," trying weird cocktails, or working on writing his second novel.
Miranda Williams is a writer from New Mexico and Arizona who's currently an MFA candidate at Northern Michigan University. She received her BA and MA in English Literature from Arizona State University where her research focused on feminist and queer theory. Her work appears or is forthcoming in Lunch Ticket, Blue Earth Review, BOOTH, and The MacGuffin, among others, was selected for the 2021 Best Small Fictions anthology, and was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. Find her on Instagram @mirandaiswriting or website, www. mirandawilliamswriter.com.
CLAIRE MARIE ANDERSON
Claire Marie Anderson is an Art History student and writer from Houston. Her short fiction, Best of the Net-nominated poetry, and essays have appeared in Talon Review, Alchemy Literary Magazine, Unfortunately, Literary Magazine, Drunk Monkeys, KAIROS Literary Magazine, The Fabulist, The Decadent Review, and Bridge Eight, among other publications. She has competed as a playwright in Cone Man Running's War of the Words: An Audioplay Bracket Battle, and has journalism credits in Houstonia Magazine. When not currently overachieving, Claire practices yoga and watches an alarming amount of film and TV.