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Jeremy Radin is a poet, actor, and teacher. His poems have appeared (or are forthcoming) in Gulf Coast, Cosmonauts Avenue, Grist, Nailed, Sidekick Lit, Sundog Lit, Union Station, Winter Tangerine, and elsewhere. He is the author of two collections of poetry, Slow Dance with Sasquatch (Write Bloody Publishing, 2012) and Dear Sal (NOT A CULT, 2017). He teaches acting at The Beverly Hills Playhouse in Los Angeles. You may have seen him on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia or the like yelling about wolves in an Arby’s.
Arthur Asa was born in Monterrey, Mexico. He studied graphic design and industrial design but decided to leave everything behind and become a construction worker. During this time he discovered all he ever wanted to do was draw and tell stories. He is now an illustrator by afternoon and a comic artist by night—sometimes both by night. He has a comic called Where the Heart Is that you can find online.