Sara C. Rolater is a graduate of Rice University and a Master of Fine Arts candidate at the University of Houston, where she is an assistant editor in fiction for Gulf Coast. She has written for Offcite.org and been a fellow at the Writing Immersion Retreat in Bali. Her fiction has appeared in Ghost Town. Her Facebook status collage poetry is available at Plagiarizemyface.com.
Martin Rock is the author of two chapbooks, most recently Dear Mark, an epistolary response to the work of Mark Rothko. His poems have appeared widely in publications such as Black Warrior Review, Conduit, Third Coast, Salamander and Best New Poets 2012. He has worked as a cheesemonger, web designer and editor, and lived for four years in Japan, where he taught both young and old the idiosyncrasies of the English language.
Claire Fuqua Anderson is an assistant editor of nonfiction for Gulf Coast and a Master of Fine Arts candidate in fiction at the University of Houston. She received her Bachelor of Arts in English and Linguistics at Rice University, where she won the George Guion Williams Prize for fiction. Fuqua has been a contributing writer for Shelf Awareness and Spoon magazine.