Hester J. Rook is an itinerant Australian with an unhealthy obsession with myth, dead languages and the circus. She spends her time writing poetry and upside down on a trapeze (not usually at the same time). She has a number of poetry and short story publications. You can find her on Twitter @kitemonster and you can find her work listed on her site.
Liz Duck-Chong is a writer, photographer and acoustic guitarist who enjoys dabbling in experimental affirmative podcasting. She currently works in graphic design, has her work in several publications, and collects earrings that look like miniature food. She can be found posting jokes & feminist rants at @lizduckchong, love letters at @loveletterpod and other work on her site.
P. Edda is a wayward American living down under and spends her days studying law and her nights trying to put words together with other words in hopes of making poetry bloom. She loves photography, knitting, fancy cocktails, and planning her next tattoo. You can find some of her work on Twitter as @p_edda.
Selene Maris is an aspiring healthcare worker with a love for the sea. Aside from study responsibilities her days usually involve punishing her body on aerial straps and noodling on a guitar or in a notebook. Her interests include feminist commentary, animal companions, and being horizontal (preferably with a book). She has eyes only for the moon. Find her on Twitter as @Witchy_Moon.