TYLER TSAY: FOLIO DESIGNER
Tyler Tsay is a sophomore at Williams College. His work, both past and upcoming, has been or will be published in The Offing, The Margins: Asian American Writers Workshop, BOAAT, Sibling Rivalry Press, Vinyl Poetry (YesYes Books), Red Paint Hill, and others. He is the recipient of the Bullock Poetry Prize, awarded by the Academy of American Poets and judged by Camille Rankine. When not doodling, collecting quills, or composing cello pieces, he loves a good view, though he has an atrocious fear of heights. And yes, fezzes are definitely cool.
Meet The staff
LADAN OSMAN: CURATOR
Ladan Osman is the author of The Kitchen-Dweller’s Testimony, winner of a Sillerman First Book Prize. A Pushcart nominee, her work has appeared in numerous publications and has been translated into over 10 languages. Her writing and photographs have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Columbia Poetry Review, Prairie Schooner, Rumpus, Transition, and Washington Square Review. She is a contributing editor for The Blueshift Journal. She lives in Brooklyn.
NICHOLAS NICHOLS: ASSISTANT CURATOR
Nicholas Nichols is black and joyful. A poet and photographer from the East New York section of Brooklyn, NY, he is a Watering Hole, Cave Canem, and Callaloo fellow. Nicholas is a firm believer that mango anything is the answer.
TALIA FLORES: FOLIO DESIGNER
Talia Flores is an undergraduate at Stanford University. A Pushcart Prize Nominee and recipient of the Texas Book Festival Fiction Prize, her work appears or is forthcoming in Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Gigantic Sequins, Words Dance, Souvenir Lit Journal, and more. In addition to her work at Blueshift, she writes for The Stanford Arts Review.