Andrew Johnson is an essayist living in Kansas City, Missouri. His writing has appeared in Crazyhorse, Guernica Daily, MAKE, Killing the Buddha, The Kansas City Star, and elsewhere. He received an MFA in 2013 from the University of Missouri - Kansas City. He is also the executive director of Pilgrim Center, a neighborhood nonprofit serving the midtown community of Kansas City.
Tyler David Sherman is a reasonable man.
Julie Tollefson grew up in the sand hills of Southwest Kansas, where she landed her first paying writing gig investigating such hard-hitting stories as “Do blondes really have more fun?” for her hometown newspaper. She’s a regular contributor to Lawrence Magazine, and her short fiction has appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine and Fish Nets: The Second Guppy Anthology. She lives with her family near Tonganoxie.