Diane Glancy is professor emerita at Macalester College. Her 2014-16 books: The Collector of Bodies, Concern for Syria and the Middle East, Fort Marion Prisoners and the Trauma of Native Education, Report to the Department of the Interior, and three novels, Uprising of Goats, One of Us, and Ironic Witness. www.dianeglancy.com www.dianeglancy.org
Louise Krug is an English professor at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. She has written two memoirs about her 2005 brain surgeries, Louise: Amended (2012) and Tilted: The Post Brain-Surgery Journals (2016). She is an assistant professor of nonfiction writing at Washburn University and lives in Topeka, Kansas, with her husband, Nick Krug, and two children. Louise is currently working on a series of interviews with women who experience difference in some way, talking about love and relationships.
Dave Snyder is from Boston but hasn't lived there for a while. After 4 grey years in upstate New York he has spent time living in Denver, Colorado, and Kalaw, Myanmar. He is currently in his first year of the MFA program at the University of Kansas. His work has been published in The Intentional, Neon Literary Magazine, and Stoked Journal. You can find him on Snapchat @davidbsnyder.