Caroline Woods (Fiction 2008) is a fiction writer living in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She teaches academic and fiction writing at The Boston Conservatory and has taught introductory and advanced writing at Boston University. She is also the Administrative Coordinator of Creative Writing at BU. Her short stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Slice Magazine and LEMON, and she has been awarded two Glimmer Train honorable mentions. Her work has also been nominated for a Pushcart Prize. As a teenager, she self-published a book of ghost stories, Haunted Delaware, which has been commended in The Village Voice, Writer’s Digest, Delaware Today, and the News Journal. At the University of Virginia (CLAS 2005) she was a Jefferson Scholar. She has just finished writing her first novel.

Rebekah Stout (Poetry 2010) is the assistant poetry editor at SLATE and a lecturer in poetry at Boston University. She won the 2009 Poetry International Prize, and her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Slate, Salmagundi, and Poetry International.