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Founding Editor, Rebecca Lehmann: Rebecca Lehmann (she/hers) is the author of the poetry collections Ringer (University of Pittsburgh Press) and Between the Crackups (Salt). Her writing has been featured in The American Poetry Review, The Threepenny Review, NPR’s The Slowdown, and other venues. Based in Indiana, she is an associate professor of English at Saint Mary’s College.


Co-Editor, Reuben Gelley Newman: Reuben Gelley Newman (he/him) is a writer, musician, and library worker based in New York City. His chapbook Feedback Harmonies is forthcoming from Seven Kitchens Press in November 2023, and his poems have appeared in Ninth LetterThe Fairy Tale ReviewThe Journal, Alien Magazine, and elsewhere. He’s a fan of many different pairs besides couplets—Simon & Garfunkel, peanut butter & jelly, and Frog & Toad, to name a few—and you can find him on social media @joustingsnail.


Co-Editor, Caely McHale: Caely McHale (she/hers) is a queer poet from Washington DC, currently living in Vail, CO. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from George Mason University, where she was awarded the 2019-2020 Heritage Fellowship in Poetry. She is a reader for Muzzle Magazine, and a Co-Editor with Couplet Poetry. Her writing has been recently featured in Lammergeier Magazine, Radar Poetry, and On the Seawall, among others. She strives to walk the thin line between the lush and the fecund, and to find little magics in the Anthropocene.


Co-Editor, Jimin Seo: Jimin Seo was born in Seoul, Korea. He immigrated to the US to join his family at the age of eight. He earned his MFA from Columbia University. He is the author of OSSIA, a winner of The Changes Book Prize (2024). His poems can be found in Action Fokus, The Canary, LitHub, Pleiades, mercury firs, and The Bronx Museum. His most recent project, Poems of Consumption, is a collaboration with Hamed Sinno premiering at the Barbican Centre in London.


Production Editor, Benjamin Voigt: Benjamin Voigt grew up in upstate New York on a small farm and the internet. His chapbook Postpastoral was winner of the inaugural Poetry Online Chapbook Fellowship, was published in April 2023. His poetry has been published in ZYZZYVA, Poetry Northwest, Salamander and New Ohio Review. His poetry criticism has been published in the Kenyon Review, Pleiades, and on the Poetry Foundation’s website. He works at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, and lives in Minneapolis.


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