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Ava Chen

Founder and Editor-in-Chief

Ava hails from the quiet outskirts of Massachusetts. Her work appears or is forthcoming in Diode, The Mantle, Ghost City Review, among others. A 2023 poetry mentee of the Adroit Journal Summer Mentorship Program, her writing has been recognized by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, Smith College, and Columbia College Chicago, and more. She has a propensity for beautiful collections. When not (staring at her) writing, you can find her playing piano for her audience of two turtles and two hermit crabs. You can find her at

Ethan Altshul is a teenage writer whose work has appeared or is forthcoming in Rabid Oak, I-70 Review, The Round, and Evening Street Review. The grandson of two poets, his literary idols include Louise Glück and Wallace Stevens. When not writing, he constructs crosswords and plays baseball. Ethan lives in East Goshen Pennsylvania, where he is the Youth Poet Laureate. You can find him on Instagram @ethan_altshul_poetry. 


Ethan Altshul

Executive Editor


Callum Foulds (they/them) is a recording artist and poet based in Nottingham, UK. Their work has been featured in Beyond Words Magazine and has been recognised by The Poetry Society. Their debut pamphlet, Morning, grey sky came out in early 2023 on Electric Frog Press. When not agonising over their own work, they enjoy producing music and singing songs to their demon baby, Orzo. 

Callum Foulds

Poetry Editor

Cailey Tin hails from the Philippines, writing or editing for magazines such as Incandescent Review, Trailblazer Review, Paper Crane, and Incognito Press. Her poetry and other shenanigans are published or forthcoming in Eunoia Review, Raven Review, Fairfield Scribes, Ice Lolly, and elsewhere. When not writing, she is either engrossed in global history, playing the piano, or daydreaming.


Cailey Tin

Poetry Editor


Shane Reid

Shane Reid comes from the UK, in a city he hates called Liverpool and dreams of getting out of there for good. He has words in Best Served Cold zine, Engendered Literary magazine, and, mostly recently, Drip Lit Magazine. He has a deep love for writing that is weird, off-beat, lyrical and words that'll crack his heart open and make him think for days afterwards. When he's not typing away, he's working through his ever-growing TBR and daydreaming off a content, quiet life in the countryside.

Prose Editor

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