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Diana Delgado

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Diana Delgado was most recently Literary Director of the University of Arizona Poetry Center in Tucson. Diana is a bilingual Spanish-speaking poet and arts administrator committed to diversifying the literary

Deer (DK) Kim

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DK is an artist/activist investigating the intersection of place and memory—exploring the interstices and histories of site; the personal and collective body—through visual art, video, performance, public art, installation, interventions,

Ariana Simpson

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Raised on the Southern Gothic, Ariana is an experimental poet and writer, wannabe zine queen, and intersectional activist. While not from the literal bayou, the self-proclaimed “swamp baby” hails from

Caitlin Andrews


Caitlin is originally from a sleepy one-light town in Phoenix, Maryland. After working in Baltimore in both museum and library spaces, she followed her love for writing stories to Florida,

Ankober Yewondwossen


Ankober is an Ethiopian first-gen born and raised in Seattle. She grew up attending and participating in poetry readings at Hugo House. In her early and mid-twenties, she traveled the

Frances Cheong

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Frances Cheong was born and raised in Hong Kong. She has studied and lived in Singapore, England, and various cities in the United States. She received her PhD in molecular

Alia Fukumoto

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Alia graduated with a BA in English and a minor in women and gender studies from Seattle University. She enjoys walks in the park, reading, and playing frisbee. Being a

Aubrey Unemori

Aubrey Unemori

Aubrey Unemori is a writer, editor, and aspiring coffee connoisseur. She holds a BA in English with creative writing emphasis from the University of Washington and is the co-author of

Amy Lin

Amy Lin

The library will always be Amy Lin’s first and best love—sorry, lovers! She has over sixteen years’ experience in small business with a focus on solution innovation. Her work at

Forest Longeway

Forest Longeway

Before uprooting their life and driving across the country with their pet rabbit, Forest Longeway graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a BA in Fiction Writing. They’ve spent the last decade