12 contributors on Chill Subs! 🙃
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Contributors on Chill Subs (12)

Mellisa Pascale

Philadelphia, PA, United States
"nature and travel writer m.phil. student in medieval studies at trinity college dublin"

Tamara Bašić

"she/her; 26; vicious daydreamer"


Portland, OR, United States
"Brian Stephen Ellis (he/they) is the author of four collections of poetry, the most recent of which is Often Go Awry from University of Hell Press. Currently living in Portland, Ore. "

L M Cole

Raleigh, NC, United States
"Poet, Artist, Editor of Bulb Culture Collective, Reader for Moss Puppy Magazine. "


Westfield, MA, United States
"Rachel Finney is a poet, author, and lifetime voracious reader from Westfield, Massachusetts. She is a proud member of her local authors’ group, the Whip City Wordsmiths. Rachel holds a B.A. in English Literature from Westfield State University."

Madeleine French

Sarasota, FL, United States
"Madeleine French lives in Florida and Virginia. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Hidden Peak Press, West Trade Review, Words & Whispers, Poetica Review, and elsewhere."


Seattle, WA, United States
"Auzin is a writer in the Pacific Northwest. She was Managing Editor at the now-defunct Hecate Magazine, and is currently a prose editor for The Jupiter Review. All her publications can viewed at byauzin.com and selected works are listed here."

Emily Benson

Rochester, NY, United States
"Emily Benson writes poems of humanity, longing, and nature. A former professional stage manager who now works in digital marketing, she has been writing poetry steadily through it all. She lives in Western New York with her husband, two sons, and two"


Margate, United Kingdom
"Amy Filmer (@amystarship) is a queer artist and illustrator from the seaside town of Margate in the UK. When not working she can be found drawing at the beach, rewatching crime documentaries and neglecting her houseplants."

Lindsay Stenico

MA, United States
"Lindsay Stenico is a poet, dreamer, and fiction author from Western Massachusetts, who is working towards an MFA in Popular Fiction Writing and Publishing at Emerson College. Her writing can be found in various online magazines."

Sol Kim Cowell

London, United Kingdom
"Transmasc nonbinary and mixed Korean writer with a passion for the weird and sexy. Contemplative by nature. he/it."

Beatriz Seelaender

Sao Paulo, Brazil
"Brazilian writer, mostly short stories and CNF, though recently I also started submitting poetry. 'The Austenites' coming soon, 'All According to Norm' and 'Canon Familiaris' coming next year. "

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