Heather Bartlett (She/Her)
Heather Bartlett is the author of the poetry chapbook Bleeding Yellow Light (From Yes Press). Her work can be found in print and online in journals such as Barrow Street, Carolina Quarterly, Connotation Press, Lambda Literary, the Los Angeles Review, Ninth Letter, Redivider, Quarterly West, and others. She is an Instructor in English and Creative Writing at the State University of New York College at Cortland.
Keaona Gray Outlaw (She/Her)
Keaona is a 22-year-old Brooklyn native and Professional Writing major at SUNY Cortland. Her work has been published in the Crystallize Review and is forthcoming in Black Minds Magazine. She recently self-published her first book titled, Shelter, Protection, and Unwatered Seeds. She is passionate about writing both poetry and fiction. She feels drawn to write and captivated by work that instills purpose, creativity, and explores non-conforming ideas.
Alexa Lutter (She/Her)
Alexa is a junior at SUNY Cortland who is majoring in Professional Writing with a minor in Communication Studies. Alexa primarily enjoys poetry and abstract pieces. Alexa hopes one day to build a career within the writing world.
Molly Donovan (She/Her)
Molly is a senior English and Professional Writing major at SUNY Cortland with an interest in Norse Mythology. She enjoys writing fiction of a variety of sub-genres, with a special attention to queer topics.
Madison Scheuneman (She/Her)
Madison is a senior at SUNY Cortland working towards a BA in Professional Writing. In her free time, she absorbs stories in all different forms as storytelling is the art form she admires most.
Kimberly Welch (She/Her)
Kimberly is a writer, editor, and painter from Lafayette, New York. She enjoys all art that has a good grip—art that bites, sinks its teeth into you, and doesn’t let go. Kimberly has an associate degree in Humanities from Tompkins Cortland Community College, and is currently pursuing a BA in Professional Writing from the State University of New York in Cortland.