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megan wildhood Megan Wildhood is a freelance and creative writer in Seattle, WA. Her work, which centers social justice, marginalized voices and hope for healing, has appeared, among other publications, in The Atlantic, The Sun, and America Magazine. Long Division, her first book, was released by Finishing Line Press in September 2017 and she’s currently working on a novel. You can learn more at megan- wildhood.com. Beth oast wilLiams Beth Oast Williams is a student with the Muse Writers Center in Norfolk, Virginia. Her poetry has appeared recently in Lou Lit. A former librarian, she spends most of her time still trying to make order out of chaos. john sibley williams 132 John Sibley Williams is the editor of two Northwest poetry an- thologies and the author of nine collections, including Disin- heritance and Controlled Hallucinations. An eleven-time Push- cart nominee, John is the winner of numerous awards, including the Philip Booth Award, American Literary Review Poetry Contest, Nancy D. Hargrove Editors’ Prize, Confrontation Poetry Prize, and Vallum Award for Poetry. He serves as editor of The Inflectionist Review and works as a literary agent. Previous publishing cred- its include: The Yale Review, Midwest Quarterly, Sycamore Review, Prairie Schooner, The Massachusetts Review, Poet Lore, Saranac Review, Atlanta Review, TriQuarterly, Columbia Poetry Review, Mid-American Review, Poetry Northwest, Third Coast, and various anthologies. He lives in Portland, Oregon.  jesse wolfe Jesse Wolfe is an English professor at CSU Stanislaus and the Fac- ulty Advisor to Penumbra, the campus’s student-run literary and art magazine. His specialty as a scholar is British modernism; his first scholarly book, Bloomsbury, Modernism, and the Reinvention of Intimacy, was published in 2011 by Cambridge University Press. His poetry has recently appeared or is forthcoming in journals in- cluding vox poetica, The Henniker Review, and Red River Review.