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Peter Anderson is a native of Michigan living in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. His work has appeared in Best Microfictions 2022, Unbroken, The American Journal of Poetry, Sublunary Review, Duality, and elsewhere. His collection of prose poems, Mutter, was shortlisted and placed third in the 2023 Raven Poetry Chapbook contest.

Robert Beveridge (he/him) makes noise ( and writes poetry on unceded Mingo land (Akron, Ohio). Recent/upcoming appearances in Raven Cage, Revolver, and Impspired, among others.

Genevieve Creedon is a scholar, poet, and essayist. She earned her M.F.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Southern Maine’s Stonecoast MFA Program and her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of Michigan. Her writing across genres focuses on the wonders and mysteries of earthly life. She has lived in Connecticut, New York, Maine, Michigan, New Jersey, and most recently, Indiana, and strives to explore the worlds around her with her canine companions. Her work has appeared in About Place, Cider Press Review, Kelp Journal, Narrative Northeast, Still: the Journal, and Thin Air Magazine, among others.

Minette Cummings (she/her) lives in upstate New York where she spends her days as a librarian surrounded by stories, and her nights writing her own. Her work appears in Pithead Chapel, Atticus Review, Tiny Molecules, and other lovely places.

Zebulon Huset is a teacher, writer, and photographer. He won the Gulf Stream 2020 Summer Poetry Contest, and his writing has appeared in Best New Poets, Rattle, North American Review, Meridian, The Southern Review, Fence, and many others. He publishes the prompt blog Notebooking Daily, and edits the journal Coastal Shelf.

Mary Kane’s most recent book, In the Book I’m Reading (One Bird Books, 2023,, is a collection of tiny stories, several of which were first published in Frigg. Her work has appeared in SmokeLong Quarterly, MoonPark Review, Beloit Poetry Journal, Poetry Daily, Roanoke Review, and other journals. She is the author of Luminous: A Forty-Four Day Exchange of Drawings and Sentences While Wandering The Tibetan Book of the Dead, with artist Mark Bilokur (One Bird Books, 2022); and the chapbook On Tuesday, Elizabeth (Little Dippers, Literary North, 2020); and a full-length poetry collection, Door (2013). She lives, walks, reads, and writes on Cape Cod.

Kim Magowan lives in San Francisco and teaches in the English Department of Mills College at Northeastern University. She is the author of the short story collection How Far I’ve Come (Gold Wake Press, 2022), the novel The Light Source (7.13 Books, 2019), and the short story collection Undoing (2018), which won the 2017 Moon City Press Fiction Award. Her fiction has been published in Colorado Review, Craft Literary, The Gettysburg Review, SmokeLong Quarterly, Wigleaf, and many other journals. Her stories have been selected for Best Small Fictions and Wigleaf’s Top 50. She is the editor-in-chief and fiction editor of Pithead Chapel. Find her at Kim Magowan, Author.

Melissa Ostrom is the author of The Beloved Wild (Feiwel & Friends, 2018), a Junior Library Guild book and an Amelia Bloomer Award selection, and Unleaving (Feiwel & Friends, 2019). Her stories have appeared in many journals and been selected for Best Small Fictions 2019, Best Microfiction 2020, Best Small Fictions 2021, Best Microfiction 2021, and Wigleaf Top 50 2022. She lives with her husband, children, and dog, Mocha, in Holley, New York. Learn more at Melissa Ostrom, Author or find her on Twitter @melostrom.

Caitlin Wilson’s writing has appeared or is soon to appear in Blackbird, filling Station, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Iron Horse Literary Review, Little Patuxent Review, McNeese Review, RHINO, Wildness, and elsewhere. She holds an M.F.A. from Virginia Commonwealth University. She is the winner of the 2022 Enoch Pratt Free Library Poetry Contest and recipient of an AWP Intro Journals Project award and the Henrietta Spiegel Creative Writing Award.

Shannon K. Winston’s book, The Girl Who Talked to Paintings (Glass Lyre Press), was published in 2021. Her individual poems have appeared in Bracken, Cider Press Review, On the Seawall, RHINO Poetry, and elsewhere. She holds an M.F.A. from the Warren Wilson Program for Writers. She lives in Bloomington, Indiana.

Michael T. Young’s third full-length collection, The Infinite Doctrine of Water, was longlisted for the 2018 Julie Suk Award. He received a fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and the Jean Pedrick Chapbook Award for his collection, Living in the Counterpoint (Finishing Line Press, 2012). He also received honorable mention for the 2022 New Jersey Poets Prize. His poetry has been featured on Verse Daily and The Writer’s Almanac. It has also appeared in numerous journals including Main Street Rag, Pinyon, Talking River Review, Valparaiso Poetry Review, and Vox Populi.

Lucy Zhang writes, codes, and watches anime. Her work has appeared in FOLIO, CRAFT, The Spectacle, and elsewhere. She is the author of the chapbooks Hollowed (Thirty West Publishing, 2022) and Absorption (Harbor Review, 2022). Find her at Lucy Zhang or on Twitter @Dango_Ramen.

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Frigg: A Magazine of Fiction and Poetry | Issue 61 | Spring/Summer 2023