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Rachel Heng is the author of the novels The Great Reclamation (forthcoming from Riverhead in 2022) and Suicide Club (Henry Holt, 2018), which was translated into ten languages worldwide and won the Gladstone Library Writer-In-Residence Award. Rachel’s short fiction has received a Pushcart Prize Special Mention, been listed among Best American Short Stories' Distinguished Stories, and published in Glimmer Train, McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, Kenyon Review, Best Small Fictions, Best Singaporean Short Stories, and elsewhere. Her nonfiction has been listed among The Best American Essays’ Notable Essays and has been published in The Rumpus, The Telegraph, and elsewhere.
Ryan Bollenbach is a writer and musician living in Houston, Texas. He formerly served as the poetry editor for Black Warrior Review in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He currently reads for Gulf Coast and Heavy Feather Review. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Tarpaulin Sky Magazine, Sink Review, Painted Bride Quarterly, Snail Trail Press, and elsewhere. Reach out on twitter @SilentAsIAm or visit his website.
Joshua Gottlieb-Miller is a PhD candidate in poetry at the University of Houston. His writing can be found most recently in Talking Writing, Brooklyn Rail, Berru Poetry Series, and Miracle Monocle. Currently Joshua tutors in the Houston Community College Writing Center, is a weekend desk attendant for the Menil Collection, and teaches a senior memoir workshop for Inprint as well as poetry for Writers in the Schools. Joshua lives in Houston with his wife, Lauren, and son, Owen.
Sarah E. Robinson is a third-year MFA candidate at the University of Houston, where she serves as fiction editor for Gulf Coast.
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