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Carol Jennings grew up in western New York State. She attended The College of Wooster, and received her B.A., M.A., and J.D. from New York University. She resides in Washington, DC, where she worked as an attorney with the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection for more than 30 years. Her poems have appeared in publications including The New York Quarterly, Potomac Review, Chautauqua, Beltway Poetry Quarterly, Innisfree Poetry Journal, and two anthologies. Her first poetry collection, The Dead Spirits at the Piano, was published by Cherry Grove Collections in 2016. The Sustain Pedal
Danielle Badra is a queer Arab American poet who was raised in Michigan and currently resides in Virginia, where she received an MFA from George Mason University. Like We Still Speak (University of Arkansas Press, 2021) is her first full-length collection. She is the winner of the 2021 Etel Adnan Poetry Prize.
Angelo Nikolopoulos is the author of Obscenely Yours and PLEASURE. His poems have appeared in Best American Poetry, Best New Poets, Boston Review, Fence, The Los Angeles Review, Tin House, and elsewhere. Winner of the 2011 "Discovery" / Boston Review Poetry Contest, he has received fellowships from the Jerome Foundation, MacDowell Colony, and the Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts. A former Teach for America high school teacher, he has taught Creative Writing at New York University and Rutgers University. He teaches at Hunter College and lives in Brooklyn, New York.