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Shloka Shankar is a freelance writer from Bangalore, India. She loves experimenting with found/remixed pieces, and also enjoys singing and creating abstract art. Her work has recently appeared in Failed Haiku, Under the Basho, Gravel, Otoliths, NonBinaryReview, and elsewhere. Shloka is the founding editor of the literary & arts journal, Sonic Boom.

Official Facebook. Twitter: @shloks89

Larry Thacker is a writer from Tennessee. His poetry can be found among journals and magazines such as The Still Journal, The Southern Poetry Anthology: Tennessee, Mojave River Review, Broad River Review, Rappahannock Review, and Appalachian Heritage. His stories can be found in past issues of The Still Journal and Fried Chicken and Coffee.

Jake Russell Thompson is mostly water, theatre, and ADD medication. He’s a corporate recruiter by day and director by night – in the fight against loans, the latter is not as helpful as the former. The arts are the only place Jake, the product of theatre folk, feels at home.

Ellen Webre is a biracial southern California poet and former editor of Calliope, Chapman University’s literary magazine. She has been inspired by the Orange County poetry scene and has performed at the Ugly Mug, Coffee, Cartel, Mosaic, and the Uncultivated Rabbits Poetry Slam.