June 2017

Gabrielle Campagnano
Gabrielle Campagnano is an MFA graduate of Vermont College of Fine Arts. She writes recipes in New York City by day. She is at work on her first full-length collection of poems.

Caitlin Elizabeth Harper
Caitlin Elizabeth Harper is the author of It Will Set You Free and host of the Renegade Reading Series, a reading series for emerging writers established in 2011. She is the founder of Renegade Development, which provides professional development tools and resources to writers and storytellers, and has an MFA in fiction from The New School. She is currently working on a novel about time-traveling step-siblings. You can follow her on Twitter @caitlinrenegade and check out her work at caitlinelizabethharper.com.

Karen Heuler
Karen Heuler’s stories have appeared in over 100 literary and speculative magazines and anthologies, from Alaska Quarterly Review to Clarkesworld to Weird Tales, as well as a number of Best Of anthologies. She has received an O. Henry award, been a finalist for the Iowa short fiction award, the Bellwether award and the Shirley Jackson award for short fiction. She has published four novels and three collections, and this summer Aqueduct Press will publish In Search of Lost Time, a novella about a woman who can steal time.

Stephanie Jimenez
Stephanie Jimenez is a NYC-based writer. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, O! the Oprah Magazine, Vol 1 Brooklyn, Yes! Magazine, The Acentos Review, Label Me Latino/a, and Vibe. She recently completed a novel-writing intensive at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, and is working on her first novel.

Elizabeth Primamore
Elizabeth Primamore studied playwriting at HB Studio. Just Fine and Blank have been produced in HB’s Ten Minute Play Festivals. Just Fine was published in Literature and Gender (Longman, 2010) and New America (Autumn House Press, 2012). Craig Lucas and Jack Hofsiss provided dramaturgical support for her full-length play, Undone, which has received readings at The Flea, The Cherry Lane, and Ensemble Studio Theatre. She has published works of creative non-fiction in the anthology, Pain and Memory (Bibliotekos, 2010). In July 2016, she was a fellow at The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Her full-length play, The Professor and Michael Field, has achieved the status of semifinalist for the Eugene O’Neill’s 2017 National Playwrights Conference. Elizabeth lives in New York.