Amina Cain is the author most recently of the short story collection Creature, out with Dorothy, a publishing project, and a forthcoming novel from FSG in 2019. She is also working on a book of essays on the space of reading and writing fiction. Essays and short stories have appeared in The Paris Review Daily, BOMB, n+1, Full Stop, Vice, the Believer Logger, and other places. She lives in Los Angeles.
Born in Andhra Pradesh, India, Madhu H. Kaza is a writer, translator, artist and educator based in New York City. She is the co-editor of an anthology, What We Love, and the editor of Kitchen Table Translation, a volume that explores the connection between translation and migration and which features immigrant, diasporic and poc translators. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Chimurenga, Waxwing, Guernica, The New Inquiry, Feminist Spaces, Gulf Coast and more. She directs the Bard Microcollege at Brooklyn Public Library and teaches in the MFA program at Columbia University.