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Contributor Bios – May 2022

Marlayna Demond photographs a range of subjects for her alma mater, UMBC, and through editorial and portrait photography as a freelancer. Still figuring out what it takes to create art outside work, but currently fascinated by sidewalkscapes. Forever trying to create better life balance in the hopes of making more space for creating and whatever else she can fit into this life with the people (and cats) she loves.

TS S. Fulk lives with his family in Örebro, Sweden as an English teacher and textbook author. He is an active musician playing the bass trombone, the Appalachian mountain dulcimer and the Swedish bumblebee dulcimer (hummel). His works have been (will be) published by The Ekphrastic Review, The Button Eye Review, Perennial Press, Lovecraftiana, Between These Shores and more. Find more on Instagram at tssfulk_poet.

Lela Hannah‘s poetry has been published in Typehouse Literary Magazine and Litbreak Magazine. She has work forthcoming in Beltway Poetry Quarterly. Lela holds a BA in Integrative Studies from George Mason University.

Mary Huddleston is an artist living in Baltimore.

Layla Lenhardt is an Indianapolis based poet. She is Editor in Chief of 1932 Quarterly. She has been most recently published in Rust + Moth, Poetry Quarterly, and Pennsylvania Literary Journal. She is a 2021 Best of the Net nominee. Her first poetry book Mother Tongue is forthcoming in fall 2022. Find more of her work at

Timothy Nohe is an artist, composer and educator engaging traditional and electronic media in civic life and public places. His work has been focused upon sustainability and place, and musical and video works for dance and live performance. Nohe has exhibited and performed his work in a range of national and international venues and was the recipient of a 2006 Fulbright Senior Scholar Award from the Australian – American Fulbright Commission. He is the founding Director of the Center for Innovation, Creativity and Research in the Arts (CIRCA) and a tenured Professor of Visual Arts at UMBC. Find more of his work here, on Vimeo, and on SoundCloud.

Based in Dearborn, Michigan and currently pursuing in an M.A. in creative writing, Keleigh Norman writes prose and poetry that is whimsical, yet deeply critical and thought-provoking. After losing everything they owned in 2005–including hermother’s beloved paintings–Keleigh has began writing and painting in an attempt to inspire her mom to begin creating again. In doing so, she developed her own passion for visual and written art, learning to exist and thrive through such mediums. She will be graduating from her program in December, 2022 and seeks to create stories that explore themes of “belonging,” “home,” and “solitude” through text and artwork.

Beth Schabb Williams is an eclectic artist who works mostly in fiber, collage, and assemblage and likes to repurpose things. She teaches art at a non-traditional democratically run school (@fairhavenschool on Instagram). She lives in suburbia with her husband, two daughters, and two dogs with Star Wars themed names. You can find her art and dabblings @missfortune82.

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