Peter L. Scacco is the author of seven books of poetry with woodcuts and a translation of Théophile Gautier’s The Salon of 1850-51. Born in Ohio, Mr. Scacco has lived and worked in France, Japan, Belgium, and throughout the USA. Since 1995, he has resided in
Influenced by David Bowie, Virginia Woolf, and Sally Wainwright, Elinora Lord is a lesbian writer of stage, screen, fiction, poetry, and radio from the UK. Her novel, “Everland” has been selected for the Penguin and Random House WriteNow 2021 Editorial Programme, and her short films have
“the longer and the lesser,” cellophane tape and other adhesive tapes, charcoal and found images on Dura Lar, 12″x9″ Cory Peeke has exhibited his work widely throughout the U.S. and his collages have been published in Space on Space Magazine, Whitefish Review and Agave Magazine
Casey Grooten is a nonbinary visual artist living in Kalamazoo, MI. Casey works to create zero/low bar entry artistic and literary opportunities for members of their community- especially PoC, LGBTQ, and Youth. Casey is a survivor of multiple s*xual assa*lts, and strives to perpetuate an
Faye M. Kelix is a duo that has self-published children’s books at Barnes & Noble (Gary the Giraffe is Much Too Tall). Their designs and photography can be found in their photo books and on websites such as Redbubble, Cafe Press, VSUAL, and Art Pal
Jocelyn Ulevicus is an artist and writer with work forthcoming or published in magazines such as The Free State Review, The Petigru Review, Blue Mesa Review, and Humana Obscura. Working from a female speculative perspective, themes of nature and the unseen; and exit and entry
Marsha Solomon has been living and working as a painter and a poet in New York. Her work has been presented in museums and galleries in the US and Europe, and has been the subject of seven solo exhibitions. www.marshasolomon.com
Emily Rankin was born in California and attended university in TX, where she received a BFA in 2011. Her body of work ranges from Graphic Design and Scenic Painting to collaborative performances with Verstehen, an interactive series incorporating synesthesia, painting, sound, and electronics. She is
Bogdana Tkach ia a photographer from Ukraine. Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in environment design, Bogdana is currently earning a master’s degree from graphics in the National Academy of Visual Arts and Architecture.
Ethan Lee is a Bay Area student interested in the visual arts. They enjoy art as a creative outlet and a way to interact with others.