haikus by Marzia D’Amico

About The Poet Marzia D’Amico is an academic and poet writing and performing in multiple languages but mostly Britalian. Their poems were featured in DataBleed, SPAM zine, Argo and more. Their prose, translations, and cultural contributions featured on radio, on paper, and online. They collaboratively run a monthly newsletter on feminisms (Ghinea). They mostly exist on the Internet as @atamarzia. Continue reading haikus by Marzia D’Amico

poem by Margaret King

About The Poet Margaret King enjoys penning poetry and flash fic. Her recent work has appeared in MoonPark Review, Levatio Magazine, Nightingale & Sparrow, and Great Lakes Review. In 2021, she was nominated for a Pushcart for her eco-flash fiction story “The Sky Is Blue.” She teaches tai chi in Wisconsin. She is also the … Continue reading poem by Margaret King

a poem by Katey Taylor

About The Poet Katey Taylor is a San Francisco Bay Area-based writer. Her recent work has been published in Dark Winter Lit Magazine and SWAAY Women’s Magazine. She’s written two young adult novels and was a featured author in Young Entertainment Magazine. She’s represented by Serendipity Literary Agency. Visit her at www.kateytaylor.com. Continue reading a poem by Katey Taylor

a poem by Andrew Koriznoa

About The Poet Andrew is a writer based in Austin, Texas. He loves frogs, is a staunch proponent of pineapple on pizza, and recently adopted an outdoor plant. He is inspired by Jane Hirshfield and Mary Oliver, and his work can be found in Sage Cigarettes, healthline magazine, and forthcoming in Abditory Journal.–  he/him, twitter @frooooggggg Continue reading a poem by Andrew Koriznoa

a poem by Robin Kinzer

About The Poet Robin Kinzer is a queer, disabled poet, memoirist, and editor.  She is an MFA candidate at University of Baltimore.  Robin has poems and essays published, or forthcoming, in Kissing Dynamite, Wrongdoing Magazine, fifth wheel press, Corporeal Lit, Defunkt Magazine, Ice Queen Magazine, and others.  She is a Poetry Editor for the winnow, … Continue reading a poem by Robin Kinzer