Swati Khurana (she/they) is a New York-based writer, artist, arts organizer, and Tarot reader. Her writing has been featured in The New York Times, Guernica, Apogee, Chicago Quarterly Review, The Offing, The Rumpus, The Margins, and in the anthology Good Girls Marry Doctors. Their most recent essay, “Sex, Death, and Social Stationery” was published in Massachusetts Review and was named a Notable Essay in Best American Essays 2019. Currently, she is adapting her novel into a dramatic audio project and developing her podcast, “Tarot Books Radio.” You can follow her on Instagram at @tarotbooksradio or at her website swatikhurana.com
Yi Wei is a first generation Chinese writer with a BA in Asian American Studies and English from Swarthmore College. She currently serves as the Assistant Flash Fiction Editor at the Asian American Writers’ Workshop. Yi has been awarded the Lois Morrell Poetry Prize and is the third place winner for the 2021 Sappho Prize for Women Poets. Her work is in Palette Poetry, Lantern Review, and Crosswinds. She's currently a Writer in the Public Schools fellow at NYU's MFA in poetry.