Charles Cuthbertson lives in Paragonah, Utah, next to a 700-year-old unexcavated Fremont village. He teaches writing and the occasional film class at Southern Utah University. He has also worked as a radio DJ, a ski lodge prep cook, a meatpacker, a demolition derby driver, and for the U.S. Treasury Department. His poems have appeared in Kolob Canyon Review, Petroglyph, and Etudes, among others.
Jacqueline H. Harris was raised in Utah County, and received her B.A. from Brigham Young University, then later her M.A. from Utah State University. Currently, Jacqueline is a PhD student in English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With an emphasis on nineteenth-century British literature, Jacqueline has additional specializations in Nineteenth-Century Studies and Women’s & Gender Studies. She enjoys interdisciplinary and cultural studies, photography, and writing fiction and creative nonfiction.
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