STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS
Cass Garison is queer poet and translator who has work in River Styx, Foglifter, Washington Square Review, Muzzle, and others. They are also an MFA student at the University of Washington and were the 2019 Frontier-Antioch fellow.
Kristen is an emerging Latinx author, a perpetual student, and lover of great stories. Her apocalyptic romance, “Why, Arizona” was named a finalist for the de Groot Prize. She has work published in Sheriff Nottingham, The LA Press, and 100 Words of Solitude. She is currently writing, reading, and working on a BA in English.
Jenny is an illustrator, designer, and lettering artist working in New York and Philadelphia. She creates surface designs, handlettered illustrations, and visual branding for theater companies, art galleries, game designers and the like. In her work, she has a fondness for mid-century stylings, bold lettering, and bright color palettes, influenced by a love of printmaking and vintage imagery. She received her MA in Illustration from Maryland Institute College Of Art. To see more of her work, visit her site.