From Houston (like Beyoncé), Barbara is a queer ace television writer by trade, a cake baker by choice, and a soccer player by birth. She is also a compulsive tooth brusher who still sleeps with a baby blanket. She looks forward to the day when art authentically reflects the world we live in across all creative platforms.
Michael Colbert loves coffee (his favorites are Costa Rican and Ethiopian) and horror films (his favorites are Candyman and Silence of the Lambs). He is an MFA candidate in fiction at UNC Wilmington, and his writing appears or is forthcoming in Barrelhouse, Southern Humanities Review, and Avidly, among others.
Molly Savard is queer writer, cynical optimist, and 800-year-old millennial who has written for Slate, Vice, Shondaland, and more. She's interested in questioning (and often tearing down) the systems and structures that shape our lives. She was raised by mail carriers in Manville, Rhode Island and lives in Los Angeles with every stray that’s shown up at her door.
C.J. Applegate he/him
C. J. Applegate's work has appeared on Hidden Remote, a number of pro wrestling websites, and several small-town newspaper front pages. He isn't sure where his story is going, but the chapters are sure to be adventurous.