Elizabeth McMunn-Tetangco co-edits One Sentence Poems and First Frost and works as a librarian at UC Merced. She has published 5 chapbooks, which appear variously in print and online.
D a l e W i s e l y runs Ambidextrous Bloodhound Press, which publishes Right Hand Pointing, One Sentence Poems, Unbroken Journal, Unlost Journal, and First Frost. He is a clinical psychologist who speaks widely to professionals and the public on mental health, parenting, and family life.
Natalie Wolf is a writer and educator from the Kansas City area. She is a co-founder and co-editor of Spark to Flame Journal and an editor for Ambidextrous Bloodhound Press. Her short fiction and poetry have appeared in Popshot Quarterly, Pink Panther Magazine, Right Hand Pointing, I-70 Review, and more.
Clare Rolens is an English Professor and one of the faculty advisors for Bravura, Palomar College’s literary journal. Her writing has appeared in Callaloo, Arizona Quarterly, Cornice Magazine, Vestal Review, Toasted Cheese Literary Journal, and Clues: A Journal of Detection, and is forthcoming in Modern Fiction Studies. She is on the advisory board of Elements in Crime Narratives, a series by Cambridge University Press, and as of 2024, she will serve as the book review editor for Clues: A Journal of Detection. She lives in San Diego.