27 contributors on Chill Subs! 🙃


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Contributors on Chill Subs (27)

Elia Karra

"Author and filmmaker. MFA in Creative Writing from Lindenwood University. My Bacon number is 3, but if I try hard enough, I might finally make it a 0."

Evan Williams

Chicago, IL, United States

Crow Jonah Norlander

KA Honeywell

WA, United States
"Somebody who wants to do a lot of stuff and is really trying."

John Waddy Bullion

Fort Worth, TX, United States

Matthew Feinstein


"Austin Ross is the author of the forthcoming novel Gloria Patri (Malarkey Books, 2023) and is a senior editor with Harper Horizon, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. His writing has appeared in Lit Hub, Hobart, and elsewhere."


Chicago, IL, United States
"Kristin Lueke is a Chicana poet and creative strategist for social good. She loves what she loves: her mother, the desert, good questions. Also everything else. Her work's been nominated for a Pushcart and Best of the Net. "

Aubri Kaufman

Princeton, NJ, United States
"Therapist, poet, & chicken / human mom from New Jersey."

Ashley Varela

Seattle, WA, United States
"Ashley Varela (they/she) is a queer writer & author based in Seattle, Washington."

Clem Flowers

Evan Fleischer

Sahalie A Martin

Columbus, OH, United States
"Writer and former shepherd. MFA candidate at Ohio State with work in No Contact, The Offing, HAD, and Writer's Digest. Author of Venetian Blue and Other Obscene Colors, a short story collection from Wilde Press."

Brittney Uecker

MT, United States
"Currently writing about motherhood, aliens, eating disorders, and Taco Bell, sometimes together and sometimes apart."

Max Gillette

Mt Pleasant, MI, United States
"Max (they/them) is a poet whose work celebrates disability, queerness, and survival. They are currently working on their BS in English Lit and reading too many books at once. "

Catherine Weiss

Deer Isle, ME, United States
"Catherine Weiss is a poet and artist from Maine."

Hannah Wang

Washington, DC, United States
"hard-working. alpha male. jackhammer. merciless. insatiable. (they/she)"

Luke Larkin

Missoula, MT, United States
"Luke is a queer writer in Missoula, MT, where he earned his MFA at the University of Montana. He hikes with his Saint Bernard and shoots recurve."

Matt Rowan

Los Angeles , CA, United States
"Matt Rowan lives in Los Angeles. He edits Untoward and is author of the collections, Big Venerable, Why God Why, and How the Moon Works (Cobalt Press, 2021). He's placed work in Hobart, Cosmonauts Avenue, TRNSFR, HAD, and others. "

madeleine corley

Brussels, GA, Belgium
"Madeleine Corley (she/her) is a writer by internal monologue. She primarily focuses on songwriting and poetry. She is 1/4 of The Newsledder and currently works at Barren Magazine."

rhienna renée guedry

Portland, OR, United States

Jade Liu

Vancouver, Canada

alyssa goldberg

NY, United States

Andrew Walker

Marquette, MI, United States

Grant Young

San Francisco, CA, United States

Logan Roberts

Titusville, FL, United States
"Artist and writer in Florida."

Paxton Grey

IN, United States
"Paxton Grey (he/they) is a transmasculine software developer and poet living in Indiana. His work has been published or is forthcoming in Sundog Lit, Palette Poetry, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Hobart After Dark, and elsewhere."

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