Founding Editor, REJECTION LETTERS
D.T. Robbins is the author of This Is What Happens When You Leave Me Alone (Rejection Letters) and the forthcoming Birds Aren’t Real (Maudlin House). His work has appeared in HAD, Hobart, Maudlin House, Bending Genres, X-R-A-Y, The Daily Drunk, Expat, Misery Tourism, and others. He lives and works in California. See more at dtrobbins.com.
Kevin M. Kearney’s writing has appeared in Hobart, Qu Literary Magazine, Queen Mob’s Teahouse and elsewhere. He’s a fiction editor at Rejection Letters and a staff writer for PopMatters. He lives and teaches in Philadelphia. More of his work can be found at kevinmkearney.com
Felicia Rosemary Urso
Felicia Rosemary Urso is a writer from Rhode Island. They are currently earning an MFA at University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Their work has appeared in Expat Press, Ginger, Hobart, Hobart After Dark, Witch Craft Magazine, and XRAY. Their essay “What I’d Ask If You Weren’t Dead” was nominated for a Best of the Net award. They are currently working on a memoir and can be found on twitter and instagram @felishonaleash or here.
Charlotte lives in the pacific northwest and regularly conspires with the cloudy weather. Most of her inspiration comes from insomnia and weird shapes she finds in her bedroom ceiling. Her work has appeared in Into the Void, Eastern Iowa Review, Gold Man Review, The Helix, Columbia College Literary Review, and others.
M. M. Kaufman lives in New Orleans where she earned an MFA in the University of New Orleans Creative Writing Workshop. She is a Fulbright Scholar for her time teaching in Indonesia. She has work published with Slush Pile Magazine, Memoir Mixtapes, The Normal School, Hobart, Shift, Metonym Journal, and Sundog Lit. Find her on Twitter @mm_kaufman and on her website mmkaufman.com. (She/Her.)
Danielle Chelosky is a New York-based writer who has words about music in Stereogum, MTV News, and Billboard, and words about being sad and slutty in Hobart, X-Ray, and Witchcraft Mag. She studies at Sarah Lawrence College. Her tweets can be found here.