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AJ Bermudez, Co-Editor

AJ (she/her) is the author of Stories No One Hopes Are About Them, winner of the 2022 Iowa Short Fiction Award and a 2023 Lambda Award Finalist. She currently serves as Visiting Assistant Professor in Creative Writing at the University of Miami. Her work has appeared in The Kenyon Review, Virginia Quarterly Review, Chicago Quarterly ReviewMcSweeney’s, Electric Literature, BoulevardThe Masters ReviewCreative NonfictionStory, and elsewhere. More of her work can be found at amandajbermudez.com. You can reach her at aj@mainereview.com.


Chelsea Jackson, Co-Editor

Chelsea Jackson (they/she) is a writer, editor, consultant, and the author of the poetry collection All Things Holy and Heathen (April Gloaming, 2024). Their work asks hard questions, interrogates social narratives, and explores what it means to be human. Chelsea has an MFA from Drew University and is published in Passengers JournalFatal Flaw Literary MagazineHearth and Coffin Literary Journal, and Beyond Queer Words, among other publications. After moving around for more than a decade, they recently returned to their home state of Virginia and now live in Richmond with their partner and cuddly pitbull. You can connect with them at chelsea-jackson.com, via social media @sea_c_j, or via email at chelsea@mainereview.com.

Doug Scibeck, Associate Editor

Doug Scibeck (he/him) holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts, and two other masters-level degrees from the University of London and Boston University. He is currently working on a novel. His focus is on Science Fiction and stories that also capture fantasy and literary elements. He is neurodivergent and advocates for a more accurate representation of autism in media. He can be reached at doug@mainereview.com

Molly Hanna, Social Media Editor

Molly Hanna (she/her) is a writer, gardener, and freelancer. She was born, raised, and resides in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, though travels around at every opportunity. Molly enjoys storytelling across many platforms and through a variety of media. Her passion for storytelling lies with nonprofits who do work around social justice and equity issues. She is a creative writer whose current work focuses on creating time capsules—especially surrounding the human experience of emotions and mental health as experienced by queer and neurodivergent people—and environmental writing. Her published poems can be found in The Susquehanna ReviewTar Heel VersesWingless Dreamer Anthologies, and Carolina Woman Magazine. You can reach her at molly@mainereview.com and find her work on her Instagram page, @mollyhannawrites.

Avanti Nambiar, Designer

Avanti is a media and publications manager based in Boston, Massachusetts. She is currently working on investigative and multimedia projects, in both visual and literary mediums. Her body of work focuses around uncovering hidden stories; she enjoys searching for secrets, puzzles, and mysteries. You can reach her at avanti@mainereview.com.

Basmah Sakrani, Radicle Interviewer – Fiction

Basmah Sakrani is a Pakistani-Canadian writer living in Memphis TN, with her husband and two dogs. Her work has appeared in The Baltimore Review, High Shelf Press, Woven Tale Press, and other journals. In addition to contributing to The Maine Review, she works at Wunderman Thompson and holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts.

Shanta Lee is an award winning artist who works in different mediums as a photographer, writer across genres, and a public intellectual. Her work has been widely featured in a number of anthologies and in places such as Harper’s Magazine, the Poetry Foundation, The Massachusetts Review, ITERANT Literary Magazine, Palette Poetry, BLAVITY, and DAME Magazine. Author of several collections, her forthcoming, This is How They Teach You How to Want It…The Slaughter (Harbor Editions) is out May 2024. To learn more about her work, visit: Shantalee.com.

Megan Vered, Radicle Interviewer – Nonfiction

Megan Vered is an essayist and literary hostess. Her recent essays and interviews have been published in Shondaland, Kveller, The Rumpus, Los Angeles Review of Books, and The Writer’s Chronicle. Her essay “Requiem for a Lost Organ” was long-listed for the DISQUIET 2022 Literary Prize and she was a finalist for the Bellingham Review’s 2021 Annie Dillard Award for Creative Nonfiction. She holds an MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. Megan lives in Marin County, where she leads local and international writing workshops, participates in literary readings, and heads the governance committee on the board of Heyday Books. Her memoir, A Dance to Remember, Confessions of a Medical Maid of Honor, is currently being considered for publication.

Chanel Dubofsky, Reviews Editor

Chanel lives in Brooklyn, New York. Her writing on gender, reproductive health and justice, as well as popular culture and religion, can be found in New York Magazine, Lilith, Rewire, Cosmopolitan, and others. She has an MFA in Fiction from Vermont College of Fine Arts and is at work on a novel about American Jews in Israel and Palestine in the aftermath of the 1967 war. She appears in the new documentary, My So-Called Selfish Life, about the choice to be childfree. Follow her on Instagram at cdubofsky.

Shavahn Dorris-Jefferson, Poetry Co-Editor

Shavahn received an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her poetry has appeared in Cimarron Review, Carve Magazine, Salamander, The Baltimore Review, and Sugar House Review, among others. She was nominated for a 2018 Pushcart Prize and awarded a Crossfield Fellowship by Cuttyhunk Island Writers Residency. You can reach her at shavahn@mainereview.com.

Lauren Myers-Hinkle, Poetry Co-Editor

Lauren Myers-Hinkle recently completed an MFA in Poetry and Literary Translation at the Vermont College of Fine Arts. She has a background in Cinema and Media Studies from The University of Chicago and studied English and American Literature at Brown University. Her work has appeared in such publications as RHINO and Carve. She lives in Evanston, Illinois with her family. You can reach her at lauren@mainereview.com.

Adam Grabowski, Associate Poetry Editor

Adam Grabowski’s poems have appeared in such journals as New Ohio ReviewNinth Letter, OVERSOUND, and elsewhere. A multiple Pushcart nominee, he is the author of the chapbook Go on Bewilderment (Attack Bear Press, 2020) and the recipient of a Parent-Writer Fellowship from the Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing. Adam served as Associate Managing Editor of The Maine Review from 2021–2024. He currently lives in Western Massachusetts. You can reach him at adam@mainereview.com.

Tatiana Dolgushina, Assistant Poetry Editor, Environs

Tatiana Dolgushina is a Soviet immigrant, born in Soviet Russia and raised in Ukraine, Argentina, Chile, and the United States. This multilingual and multicultural identity is central to her work. A graduate of the Oregon State MFA, her poetry has been published or is forthcoming in Rattle, Hobart Pulp, Crab Creek Review, CALYX, the other side of hope, TAB, Collateral, New Farmer’s Almanac, and elsewhere. Her work has also been a semi-finalist or honorable mention in several poetry prizes. She is working on her first book of poetry titled when war makes a child. IG: tatiana_dolgushina_ Email: tatiana@mainereview.com


David Grubb, Fiction Editor

David Grubb, a retired US Coast Guard Warrant Officer, has been a creative writer his entire life, yet never focused on it because of career and family. In 2013 he flipped the script and everything is going quite well. Debut novel, A Trip From God Book 1, released on Dec 6, 2022. https://www.agrubbylife.com/ You can reach David at david@mainereview.com

Nan Byrne, Associate Fiction Editor

Nan Byrne is a feminist poet and television writer who has developed a variety of content for cable networks, and worked on seven television documentaries. The author of two books, her latest poetry chapbook, Wonder City is from Plan B Press. Her work has appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, Fiction Southeast, Seattle Review, New Orleans Review, Cherry Tree, as well as many feminist journals including The Princeton Journal of Women, Gender, and Culture, So To Speak, Phoebe: A Journal of Feminist Scholarship, Earth’s Daughters, Canadian Woman Studies and others. She’s currently at work on a screenplay about Margaret Fuller, an early 19th century feminist, journalist, and literary critic. You can reach her at nan@mainereview.com.

R.S. Saha, Associate Fiction Editor

R.S. Saha (they/them) is a Tamil American writer, translator, and editor for the Vishnupuram Literary Circle. When R.S. isn’t translating Tamil novels and short stories, they write speculative fiction. They have been published by Baffling Magazine and are currently working on two novellas and a collection of horror short stories. You can reach them at saha@mainereview.com.

Emily W. Blacker, Nonfiction Editor

Emily’s writing has appeared in Ninth Letter, Under the SunPithead ChapelFourth GenreThe Maine ReviewUnder the Gum Tree, and Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies. She was a contest finalist in Fourth Genre and Creative Nonfiction Magazine, nominated for the AWP Intro Journals Project, and given honorable mention in Glimmer Train. She holds a BA in English with a concentration in creative writing from Middlebury College, an MA in English education from Columbia University Teachers College, and an MFA in writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. She lives with her wife and two pups in New York City where she works as an English tutor/learning specialist and runs the Figure Eight Writer’s Workshop. You can reach her at emily@mainereview.com.

Jocelyn Winn, Associate Nonfiction Editor

Jocelyn Winn is a New Hampshire–based freelance writer, workshop instructor, and founder of The Eleventh Letter editorial services. She earned a BS in speech from Emerson College and an MFA in writing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her work can be found in Past Ten, Eratio, Waterwheel Review as a Pushcart Prize nominee, and Fourth Genre as a Steinberg Memorial Essay Prize finalist. You can reach her at jocelyn@mainereview.com.

Staff Readers

Fiction:  Kathleen Siddell, Sara Marzana, Darren A. Deth, Emmy Ritchie, D.E. Hardy, Linda Yoon, Richard Stimac, Gina Thayer, Kaitlyn Martin, Marc Allen, Shannon Meehan, Melissa Loftus, Sarah Lawrence, Omi Anish, DC Restaino, Meredith Davidson, Diana Kurniawan, Veronica Marshall, Ripley Nolan, David Lee, Rachael Workman, Tom Storch, Tucker Struyk, and MK Manoylov

Nonfiction: Tamzin Mitchell, EJ Bowman, Brooke Middlebrook, Kris Haines-Sharp, Kate Macolini, A.E. Ryan, Shelley Gaske, Amy Schenier, Wendy BooydeGraff, and Peter Welch

Poetry: Japman Aneja, Katherine Hagopian Berry, John Browning, Jenny Doughty, Michelle Lewis, Eric Morris-Pusey, Kate Morgan, Bill Frayer, Sara Backer, Preeti Parikh, Jonah Meyer, Tanya Young, Briggs Helton, Caryn Dreibelbis, Elizabeth Galoozis, Daisy Bassen, and Rachel Ouellette


Meet Our Staff Readers

John Browning is a poet from New Jersey who is trying to become a philosopher in his spare time.

John Browning
Poetry Reader

Kathleen Siddell is a writer and editor. She loves stories with complicated characters who dance on the line of right and wrong. You can read her nonfiction essays in places like The Washington Post, Al Jazeera English, and Motherwell Magazine. She hopes you can read more of her fiction soon.

Kathleen Siddell
Fiction Reader

Peter Welch, is an MFA candidate in creative nonfiction at Bay Path University. He’s currently working on his memoir about his life growing up in 1970’s Maine. Peter lives in Kittery Point with his partner Michael and their rescue pup, Dasher.


Peter Welch
Nonfiction Reader

Michelle Lewis is the author of Animul/Flame (Conduit Books & Ephemera), and the forthcoming Spare (Barrow Street Press). Her work can be found in places like Copper Nickel, Denver Quarterly, and Bennington Review. She co-hosts the podcast Pardon My French with Cecile and Michelle.

Michelle Lewis
Poetry Reader

Jenny Doughty is originally British but has lived in Maine since 2002. Her poems have appeared in, among others, The AuroreanSin FronterasNaugatuck River ReviewFour Way Review, and various anthologies. Her first poetry collection, Sending Bette Davis to the Plumber, was published by Moon Pie Press in 2017.

Jenny Doughty
Poetry Reader

A former world wanderer, Sara Backer has returned to her native New England. Her poetry books are Such Luck (Flowstone Press) and two chapbooks: Scavenger Hunt (dancing girl press) and Bicycle Lotus (Turtle Island chapbook prize). Her publications include Tar River Poetry, Slant, CutBank, Poetry Northwest, and Kenyon Review. 

Sara Backer
Poetry Reader

Eric Morris-Pusey writes poems. Some of his poems have appeared in The Missouri ReviewNoble/Gas Qtrly, and a few others. He reads submissions for journals, including The Maine Review, as well as writing for Nimrod International Journal: Blog and Artists’ Book Reviews. He lives in Columbia, Missouri with his partner Grae Gardiner and their dog.

Eric Morris-Pusey
Poetry Reader

Sara Marzana is a writer, English teacher, and trapeze artist living in Turin, Italy. She has a thing for stories that highlight the absurdity of everything. Her work has appeared in Fauxmoir, In Parentheses, Scribble, Storgy Magazine, the Durham University Postgraduate English Journal, and elsewhere. https://absurdlymeaningful.squarespace.com/.

Sara Marzana
Fiction Reader

Preeti Parikh is an Indian American poet and essayist. With a past educational background in medicine and a recent MFA from the Rainier Writing Workshop, she is currently working on a book-length poetry collection. Learn more about her at preetiparikh.com.

Preeti Parikh
Poetry Reader

Darren A. Deth is a graduate of Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA in Writing program and his work has appeared in Literally Stories, Adelaide Magazine, and elsewhere. Darren is currently working on a short story collection. His day gig is serving the homeless youth in his community. He resides in Lewiston, Maine with Christine, his wife.

Darren A. Deth
Fiction Reader

Tamzin Mitchell holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from the University of New Hampshire. She works as a proofreader and editor, and her writing has appeared in WaxwingcahoodaloodalingCrannóg, and elsewhere. Her work has been nominated for Best of the Net and the Pushcart Prize. She lives in Berlin.

Tamzin Mitchell
Nonfiction Reader

EJ Bowman is a teacher and writer from California. She was a finalist for the DeBiase Poetry Prize and The Florida Review Editor’s Choice Award; she was also longlisted for the Exeter Short Story Award. Her other publications have included LiteratusThe Comstock ReviewAnthrow Circus, and Humans of the World. EJ is pursuing her MFA in Nonfiction at Columbia University.

EJ Bowman
Nonfiction Reader

Emmy Ritchey is a writer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her work has appeared in Identity TheoryDead Skunk, and HASH. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Hollins University.

Emmy Ritchey
Fiction Reader

Briggs Helton is a poet from Washington. His work has been published in several literary journals, including Colorado Review and RHINO.

Briggs Helton
Poetry Reader

Tanya L. Young is a BIPOC writer and artist. She holds an MFA in Poetry from Western Washington University. Her work has been featured in such publications as Salt Hill, Santa Clara Review, New York Quarterly, and others. Tanya was the 2022-23 Poetry Editor for Bellingham Review.

Tanya L. Young
Poetry Reader

Daisy Bassen is a poet, novelist, and community child psychiatrist who graduated from Princeton University’s Creative Writing Program. Her work has been published in Salamander, McSweeney’sSmartish PaceCrab Creek ReviewLittle Patuxent Review, and [PANK], among other journals. She lives in Rhode Island with her family.

Daisy Bassen
Poetry Reader

Brooke Middlebrook grew up in the hills of Western Massachusetts and now lives in Birmingham, Alabama. She’s currently an MFA student in nonfiction at Bennington College. Recent work appears in X-R-A-YWaterwheel Review, and Tiny Molecules.

Brooke Middlebrook
Nonfiction Reader

Elizabeth Galoozis’ poems have appeared in Air/Light, Sundog Lit, RHINO Poetry, Call Me [Brackets], Sinister Wisdom, and elsewhere. She works as a librarian and lives in Southern California. Elizabeth can be found on Twitter and Instagram at @thisamericanliz.

Elizabeth Galoozis
Poetry Reader

Kris Haines-Sharp (she/her) is an educator and writer living with her wife in the Finger Lakes region of New York. Her work has appeared in Entropy Magazine, Adelaide Literary Magazine, Academy of the Heart and Mind, Roi Faineant Press, among others. You can find her work at krishainessharp.com.

Kris Haines-Sharp
Poetry Reader

Rachel Ouellette is about to graduate from the University of Maine with her B.A. in English. Her poems have appeared in Balancing Act 2: An Anthology of Poems By Fifty Maine Women and the Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle

Rachel Ouellette
Poetry Reader

Tucker Struyk (he/him/his) is a queer writer and podcaster for Hookswitch Hotline. He has pieces published by Cosmic Horror Monthly, A Coup of Owls, Eerie River Publishing, and several other publications. His piece “Our Father’s Judgment” was published in the spring 2021 issue of 13th Floor Magazine, where it was awarded an Editor’s Choice Award, and his piece “Getaway” was given an honorable mention in the Fall/Winter 2022-23 issue of Allegory.

Tucker Struyk
Fiction Reader

Veronica Marshall received her Masters in Fine Arts from Otis College of Art and Design. Marshall has published poetry in the past and loves to plot and plan things for her characters. She reads ARCs for multiple companies and loves to discover new work for magazines and reviews.

Veronica Marshall
Fiction Reader

Meredith MacLeod Davidson is a poet and writer from Virginia, currently based in Scotland, where she recently completed the MLitt in Creative Writing at The University of Glasgow. Meredith also serves as senior editor for Arboreal Literary Magazine, and was nominated for Best of the Net in 2023.

Meredith MacLeod Davidson
Fiction Writer

Amy Scheiner’s writing can be found in Slate, HuffPost, and Longreads, among others. She is the co-founder and co-editor of Moonlighting by Lit Pub and is currently seeking representation for her memoir. www.amyscheiner.com.

Amy Scheiner
Nonfiction Reader

Marc Allen is a civil rights attorney in Washington, D.C. He grew up in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and graduated from Michigan State and the University of Michigan. His stories have appeared in Midwestern Gothic, The Great Lakes Review, Bowery Gothic, and The Maine Review.

Marc Allen
Fiction Reader

Diana Kurniawan is a poet and writer in Colorado, where she lives at the base of the mountains with bad wi-fi. She loves stories with nuanced plots, descriptive flairs and happy endings. Her writing has appeared in Twenty Bellows, Sortes Magazine, Porch Literary Magazine, Ridgeline Review, and elsewhere. She loves hot chocolate and ginger teas, and you can reach her at www.dianakurniawan.com.

Diana Kurniawan
Fiction Reader

Tom Storch was born in Colorado and lives in New York. He received a BFA from Brooklyn College and an MFA from the Writer’s Foundry at St. Joseph’s University. For two issues he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Writer’s Foundry Review. He now teaches creative writing with Writopia Lab.

Tom Storch
Fiction Writer

Wendy BooydeGraaff’s short fiction, poetry, and essays have been included in X-R-A-Y, Brink,
The Brooklyn Review, phoebe, and elsewhere. She is the author of Salad Pie (Chicago Review
Press/Ripple Grove Press), a children’s picture book. Read more at wendybooydegraaff.com.

Wendy BooydeGraaff
Nonfiction Reader

DC Restaino is a writer and editor living in London. His writing has appeared online and in print and was runner-up in the 2022 Dillydoun Review Flash Fiction Prize. When not working, he is desperately trying to keep his one plant alive.

DC Restaino
Fiction Reader

Gina Thayer holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts and is working on a collection of speculative stories. Her work has appeared in Lunch Ticket, trampset, Orca, Bullshit Lit, and HAD, among other publications. After several years in the Pacific Northwest, Gina now lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Gina Thayer
Fiction Reader

Kate Macolini is an engineer in the emerging ocean energy field who enjoys exercising her creative interests as a reader for The Maine Review. She dabbles in poetry and essay writing.

Kate Macolini
Nonfiction Reader
David T. Lee has had the writing bug since he was seven years old. You can find his children’s books on Amazon and Wattpad.  https://infomages.square.site/david-lee
David T. Lee
Fiction Reader

Sarah Lawrence-Sandkvist is a Swedish-American writer and editor based in Massachusetts. She earned her BA from the University of Michigan in 2018 and has been published in Modern Language StudiesStoneboat Literary JournalFurrow Magazine, and more.

Sarah Lawrence-Sandkvist
Fiction Reader

Kaitlyn Martin is an aspiring novelist who graduated from California State University, Long Beach in 2021 with her BA in Creative Writing and currently resides in San Ramon. She reads fiction for Rowayat and The Maine Review. Her work has been published on Collider.com and The Courtship of Winds.

Kaitlyn Martin
Fiction Reader


Editorial Alumnx


Rosanna Gargiulo, Founding Editor Online & Publisher

Rosanna (she/her) lives in Maine with her family and the perfect number of dogs (six, in case you were wondering). Her award-winning work has appeared or is forthcoming in New South, Sweet: A Literary Confection, Bacopa Literary Review, Tahoma Literary Review, and elsewhere. She holds an MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts and is currently pursuing a PhD in environmental remediation at Antioch University.

Ian Reid, Development Editor

Ian (he/him) is a grant writer, a professional cook and gardener, and a broad reader based in Maine. A graduate of Bennington College, his literary interests include questions of genre, literary work as a commons, agrarian and environmental fiction, and Wittgenstein. He may be found at the edges of mixed hardwood forests and under stands of old hemlock. You can contact Ian at development@mainereview.com

Dewaine Farria, Embody Co-Editor

Dewaine is the author of the novel Revolutions of All Colors (Syracuse University Press, October 2020). His stories and essays have appeared in the Southern Humanities Review, the New York Times, CRAFT, Literary Hub, the Rumpus, and War on the Rocks, among others. You can find more of Dewaine’s writing at dewainefarria.com.

Elizabeth Bedell, Embody Co-Editor

Elizabeth’s recently completed novel, The Space Between, was shortlisted in the 2019 William Faulkner William Wisdom Competition, Novel-in-Progress category. She holds an MFA Fiction and Translation from Vermont College of Fine Arts, an MA in English from Middlebury College, and an A.B. from Harvard University.  She writes and teaches in the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts.

Brett Willis, Fiction Editor

Brett Willis is a former resident of Hewnoaks Artist Colony. His writing is forthcoming in an anthology of short fiction published by Littoral Books and has appeared in Intrinsick Mag and The Maine Review. He lives with his wife, daughter, and large dog in Portland, Maine. You can reach him at brett@mainereview.com.

Megan Baxter, Associate Nonfiction Editor

Megan holds an MFA in creative nonfiction from Vermont College of Fine Arts and a BFA in poetry from Goddard College. Her essays have won numerous national awards including a Pushcart Prize.  She has been published in such journals as The Threepenny Review, The Florida Review, Hotel Amerika and Creative Nonfiction Magazine’s True Story. She currently lives in Syracuse, NY, with her fiancé and their three beloved dogs.

Tyler Orion, Associate Nonfiction Editor

Tyler Orion (they/he) is a trans/non-binary writer and photographer living in northern Vermont. Orion works at a small, independent bookstore, and is in the process of starting their own pop-up bookstore called Lucky Cloud Books that focuses on work by queer/trans and BIPOC writers and books in translation. Orion is also Assistant Flash Editor for Split Lip, and they have work published recently in Orion, The Hopper, GASHER, The Offing, Brevity, an anthology from Damaged Goods Press, and elsewhere. Orion holds an MFA in Writing & Publishing from the Vermont College of Fine Arts. IG: @luckycloudbooks.

Rebecca Irene, Poetry Editor

Rebecca’s poems can be found in RHINO, Spillway, Carve, and elsewhereNamed the 2020 Monson Arts: MWPA Poetry Fellow, she has received residencies from Norton Island, SAFTA, and Hewnoaks. Rebecca holds an MFA from VCFA, and lives in Portland, Maine. Her website is rebeccairene.com. She tweets @cicadacomplex.

Meghan Sterling, Associate Poetry Editor

Meghan Sterling’s work has been nominated for four Pushcart Prizes in 2021 and has been published or is forthcoming in Rattle, Colorado Review, Idaho Review, and others. Her collection These Few Seeds is out from Terrapin Books. Read her work at meghansterling.com

Lisa Folkmire, Social Media Editor

Lisa Folkmire is a writer from Warren, Michigan. She holds an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts where she studied poetry. Her poems have appeared in many journals, including Up the Staircase QuarterlyThe MantleGlassBarren MagazineAlegrarse, and Okay Donkey. She is also a reader for The Masters Review. You can read more about her at lisafolkmire.com.

Staff Reader Alumnx

Fiction: Erica Kent, Bree Leslie, Matthew Schwager, Rhonda Zimlich, Kathrine A. Boyer, Katherine Cart, Reed Patterson, Cassie Powers, Robert Atwood, Terri Bruce, Jonathan Calloway, Frank DiPalmero, Siarra Riehl, Laci Mosier, Sruthi Narayanan, MK Sturdevant, Jeanette Le Quick, Emma Cecil, Jennifer George, Jieen Zheng, Elizabeth Lemieux, Lauren Davis

Nonfiction: Aaron Hand, Anne McGrath, Deanne Battle, Grace Gilbert, E. Isabel Park, Teo Garza Linda Presto, Andrea Vassallo, Susanna Childress, Elizabeth Royer Johnson

Poetry: Santino DallaVecchia, Zackary Lavoie, Madeline Miele, Elizabeth Austin, Anna Turner,
Robert Wilson, Carolyn Ogburn, Janine Horber, Katherine Hagopian Berry, Jonah Meyer, Caryn Dreibelbis, Bill Frayer, Japman Aneja 

Embody: Kimberly Ann Priest, BellaBianca Lynn, Brittany Capozzi, Alex Andy Phuong