Elisabeth Horan is an imperfect creature from Vermont advocating for animals, children and those suffering alone and in pain - especially those ostracized by disability and mental illness. She is a regular contributor at Mohave He(art), TERSE. Journal, Milk + Beans, Feminine Collective, and Rhythm & Bones Lit. Elisabeth’s poetry books include “Pensacola Girls”, in collaboration with Kristin Garth, from Bone & Ink Press; "Just to the Right of the Stove", from Hedgehog Poetry Press, June, 2019; and “Was it R*pe”, from Vessel Press, July 2019. Elisabeth is honored to serve as Poetry Editor at Anti-Heroin Chic Magazine. She recently earned her MFA from Lindenwood University and received a 2018 Best of the Net Nomination from Midnight Lane Boutique. Follow her @ehoranpoet & ehoranpoet.com
Amy Alexander is a writer and artist from Baton Rouge whose work has appeared most recently in Anti-Heroin Chic, Cease, Cows, The Mojave Heart Review, and Dirty Paws Review. She is the creative nonfiction editor at Anti-Heroin Chic. Her chapbook, "The Legend of the Kettle Daughter," is forthcoming in April of 2019 from Hedgehog Poetry Press. Follow her on Twitter @iriemom.