Woogee Bae is a poet and editor whose work focuses on translingualism and waste. She received her MFA from the University of Washington Bothell, edits Snail Trail Press, and curates the quarterly reading series Gamut. Her writing can be found in P-QUEUE, Small Po[r]tions, Poetry Northwest, and elsewhere. She lives in Seattle.
Aya Bram is a printmaker, fiber artist, and poet. Her work interweaves history, language, performance, and craft to create artscapes that reflect the nuances of mental illness and the complexities of mourning / mortality. She lives in Seattle with her weird little family, doggo, and somewhat-feral-familiar-witch-cat.
Amy Jones is a poet, artist, educator, and animal lover. She received her MFA from the University of Washington Bothell. She is interested in what is both real and dreamy. She is comforted by curiosity and connection and owes much to what other beloved beings have taught her.
Katelyn Oppegard is a Seattle poet who has a dog and lives in a van. All of which is temporary, a thing that preoccupies her and much of her writing.
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