Apartment Poetry Quarterly

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DAKOTAH JENNIFER is an eighteen-year-old black writer currently attending Washington University in St. Louis. She started writing at eight and has loved it ever since. She has been published in the Grief Diaries and interned for the JMWW literary magazine. Her poem is also in her chapbook, Fog, which is forthcoming from Bloof Books in April 2019.

LILY DUFFY's poems have appeared in Bone Bouquet, The Journal Petra, Yalobusha Review, Horse Less Review, Dusie, smoking glue gun, and TENDE RLOIN, among other journals. A chapbook, Sour Candy, was published in 2018 as part of Really Serious Literature's Disappearing Chapbook series. She currently lives just outside of Denver where she works in marketing and answers the crisis line at a domestic violence shelter. With Rachel Levy, she co-edits DREGINALD.

EMMA HYCHE is a poet and essayist pursuing her MFA at Colorado State University. A winner of the 2016 AWP Intro Journals Award, her work appears in TIMBER, Entropy, and elsewhere.

CARY STOUGH is an writer from Missouri and received an MFA in Literary Arts from Brown University. Various work has appeared or is forthcoming in X-R-A-Y Magazine, jubilat, and Bennington Review. The chapbook Good Country was published by Pressboard Press.

NATHANIEL ROSENTHALIS's poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in The Harvard Advocate, Conjunctions, Denver Quarterly, Lana Turner, PANK and elsewhere. His criticism appears in Boston Review. He received his MFA in Poetry from Washington University in St. Louis, where he received an additional year in residence as the Senior Fellow in Poetry. He lives in New York City, where he works as an associate writing consultant at Columbia University.

NORA CLAIRE MILLER is an MFA candidate in poetry at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Nora's work has appeared or is forthcoming in DMQ Review, The Brooklyn Review, DecomP, H.O.W. Journal, and elsewhere.