Michelle Sikorski is a fiction writer, but not exclusively. Any creative pursuit drives her: poetry, script writing, dreaming up graphic novels she can’t draw, abstract sound sculptures. Okay not really the last one, but it does seem neat. She’s also a journalist, former magazine editor, content marketer, rock climber, and cat friend. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Cincinnati. https://michellesikorski.com/
Elizabeth Jenike writes stuff, usually sweeping fantasy stories and short, quiet poems. She loves anything weird – speculative lit, fantasy, science fiction. Her favorite book is How to Live Safely in a Science Fictional Universe by Charles Yu, and her favorite poem is “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” by T.S. Eliot. She has two cats and will show you their pictures, even if you don’t ask. Recently, she edited an anthology called She’s Lost Control for Post Mortem Press, which she will also tell you about – even if you don’t ask. Find her work at lizwritesstuff.com.
Eileen Winn is an agender poet from Cincinnati, a 2014 graduate from the University of Dayton, and currently residing in Cleveland, Ohio. They are an avid reader, lover of burnt popcorn, and have been previously published in Mock Turtle Zine, Orpheus, and the Dayton Daily News. Without purple pens, much of their work would not exist. Their work can be found at we1rdmuseum.wordpress.com and on Twitter @weirdmuseum.