Stephanie Chang (she/they) is a Chinese-Taiwanese Canadian writer from Vancouver, British Columbia. Her poetry appears or is forthcoming from The Rumpus, Adroit Journal, wildness, Frontier Poetry, Waxwing, and others. She is the winner of the 2021 Adroit Prize for Poetry. Additionally, she has been recognized by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, Poetry Society of the UK, League of Canadian Poets, Hollins University, and Anthony Quinn Foundation. Currently, she serves as an Associate for The Kenyon Review. She attends Kenyon College, where she won the $15,000 S. Georgia Nugent Award in Creative Writing, and studies English and Art History. Stephanie enjoys chai lattes and listening to Mitski.
Felix Heisch (they/them) is a senior at Kenyon College who plans to graduate with a BA in Spanish and English. A Senior Editor for A Medio Camino, Kenyon's Spanish magazine, they have contributed and published various pieces on Latin music. A 2023-2024 Fulbright English Teaching Assistant to Spain, Felix is interested in transnational social justice and literature. They can often be found reading radical queer theory and writing for their music blog at tonearm.medium.com, always with headphones on. Felix enjoys Art by Arca, Fievel Is Glauque, and Tsutomu Nihei.