Andrea Rogers is a poet, musician, and postdoctoral fellow at Georgia Tech, where she teaches writing. She is the recipient of the 2015 Agnes Scott Writers’ Festival Poetry Prize, judged by Tracy K. Smith, and two Academy of American Poets awards. Her poems appear or are forthcoming in Hunger Mountain, The Adirondack Review, District Lit, and anthologies by Black Lawrence Press, Negative Capability, and Red Paint Hill. She and her band, Night Driving in Small Towns, have been featured by Rolling Stone and NPR.
Paige Sullivan completed her B.A. at Agnes Scott College and her M.F.A. at Georgia State University. While at Georgia State, she served as an assistant editor at Five Points, then as the poetry editor of New South. She has participated in the 2015 Kentucky Women Writers Conference Workshop, the 2017 Tin House Winter Workshop, and most recently the Poetry Foundation and Crescendo Literary’s 2017 Poetry Incubator. In addition to essays and reviews, her poetry has appeared in Arts & Letters, Ninth Letter, American Literary Review, and other journals. She lives and works in Atlanta.