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Justin Lawrence Daugherty is the Publisher of Jellyfish Highway Press and lives in Atlanta. He founded Sundog Lit, is the Fiction Editor at New South, and co-pilots Cartridge Lit—a magazine dedicated to literature inspired by video games—with Joel Hans.

Born and raised in the square-mile suburbs of Detroit, Matthew Fogarty is the Publisher of Jellyfish Highway Press. 

Editors

Colette Arrand lives in Athens, Georgia, where she is a student at the University of Georgia. Her work has appeared inThe ToastThe EstablishmentThe Atlas ReviewCutBank, and elsewhere. In addition, she self-publishes a number of blogs, zines, and other distractions under the banner of Fear of a Ghost Planet. More information about Colette, can be found online at colettearrand.com.

lauren elma frament is a writer & restless soul living in Manchester, New Hampshire. she has performed at poetry readings & DIY / house shows across New England & in California, as well as at the 2014 Utah Arts Festival. influences include Rachel McKibbens, Jeanann Verlee, Angelique Bernstein, & Adrienne Droogas. she enjoys cross-stitching & standing in the front at punk shows.

Sarah Glady teaches, writes, and collages in Phoenix, AZ. She received her BA from Whitworth University and her MA from Arizona State University. Her work can be found or is forthcoming from Big Lucks, [PANK], McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, andStirring. A Pushcart Prize nominee and winner of the Paradise Valley School District Kindergarten Poetry Contest of ’95, Sarah loves street tacos, wilderness, and tweeting about icebergs @gladyface.

Naadeyah Haseeb is a writer living in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is the author of the chapbook Manic Depressive Dream Girl (Maudlin House, 2015).  

Sara Krassin is a poet, bibliophile, and music junkie out of Minneapolis. She serves on the editorial teams at Jellyfish Highway Press, Water~Stone Review, and rock, paper, scissors and is also an MFA candidate in Creative Writing at Hamline University. Her work has appeared in Artemis and The Sand Canyon Review

Samantha Siciliano is a Seattle-based poet, editor and translator. She was the cofounder of Le Petit Press and has edited and transcribed in collaboration with Litmus Press and the New York Review of Books. She is currently working on her third manuscript, Whet, and diving head-first into graduate school.