Jeff Griffin is the author of Lost and (University of Iowa Press, 2013). He holds an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and is currently pursuing his PhD in poetry at the University of Kansas. An associate at Griffin Moss Industries, Inc., he also operates the publishing house Slim Princess Holdings.
Amy Stuber has been writing short fiction for more than 20 years and has published in journals like Other Voices, Antioch Review, and Ploughshares. She earned a PhD from the University of Kansas, taught for a decade at several universities, and now works for a Washington, DC, education company.
Rebekah Taussig is in the final semester of her PhD in Creative Nonfiction and Disability Studies at KU. She writes personal essays about bodies, identity, and experiences of difference, a couple of which can be found printed in Under the Gum Tree and The Florida Review. She writes because she's convinced it's the only way she can begin to understand the weirdness of life.