Ben Evans is the managing editor of Fogged Clarity.
Mira Moshini is a cultural anthropologist and focuses on the intersection of material culture and inequality. She has conducted research in South Asia that explores how Muslim artisans articulate authenticity from positions of exclusion and how a politics of belonging emerges from subaltern experiences. She is working on a new Detroit-based project that examines the role of visual culture in postindustrial urban revival. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of London and currently lives in Akron, Ohio.
Afaa M. Weaver is the author of 14 collections of poetry, including The Government of Nature, which won the 2014 Kingsley Tufts award. A former Fulbright Scholar and the recipient of fellowships from both the NEA and Pew Charitable Trusts, he currently teaches in the MFA Program at Drew University.

Chen Chen is the author of When I Grow Up I Want to Be a List of Further Possibilities, winner of the A. Poulin, Jr. Poetry Prize and forthcoming this spring from BOA Editions, Ltd. Chen’s work has appeared in two chapbooks and in such publications as Poetry and The Best American Poetry. The recipient of fellowships from Kundiman and Lambda Literary, Chen is pursuing a PhD in English and Creative Writing at Texas Tech University.
Tiana Clark is the author of the poetry chapbook Equilibrium, selected by Afaa Michael Weaver for the 2016 Frost Place Chapbook Competition. She is the winner of the 2016 Academy of American Poets Prize and 2015 Rattle Poetry Prize, and is currently an MFA candidate at Vanderbilt University where she serves as Poetry Editor for Nashville Review. Her writing has appeared in or is forthcoming from The New Yorker, Sewanee Review, Rattle, Best New Poets 2015, and elsewhere.
Keith Leonard is the author of the poetry collection Ramshackle Ode (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2016). He is also the author of a chapbook, Still, the Shore (YesYes Books, 2013). His poems have recently appeared in the Academy of America Poets Poem-A-Day Program, Horsethief, and Copper Nickel. Keith has received fellowships from the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, the Sewanee Writers' Conference, and Indiana University, where he earned an MFA. He lives in Columbus, Ohio.
Michael T. Young’s fourth poetry collection, The Beautiful Moment of Being Lost, was published by Poets Wear Prada. He received a Fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, the Jean Pedrick Chapbook Award, and the Chaffin Poetry Award. His poetry, essays, and reviews have appeared or are forthcoming in numerous journals including The Ashville Review, Cimarron Review, The Cortland Review, Main Street Rag, Prick of the Spindle, and The Potomac Review.
gran am is an interdisciplinary artist living in Vancouver, CA.
Jeffrey Schultz is the author of two National Poetry Series Selections: Civil Twilight (Ecco, forthcoming 2017), and What Ridiculous Things We Could Ask of Each Other (University of Georgia Press, 2014). His poems have appeared in Poetry, TriQuarterly, and Boston Review, and on Poetry Daily, PBS NewHour's Art Beat, and the Academy of American Poets' Poem-a-Day. He is a Visiting Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing at Pepperdine University and lives in Los Angeles with his wife and a seemingly ever-increasing number of rescue animals.
Martha Serpas is the author of three collections of poetry: Côte Blanche (New Issues), The Dirty Side of the Storm (W.W. Norton), and 2015's, The Diener (LSU). Her poetry has appeared in The New Yorker, The Nation, Southwest Review, and elsewhere. Active in efforts to restore Louisiana's wetlands, she co-produced Veins in the Gulf, a documentary about coastal erosion. She teaches at the University of Houston and serves as a hospital trauma chaplain.
Will Oldham is a musician and actor living in Louisville.
Michael McDermit is the associate editor of Fogged Clarity.
Samantha Crain is a musician and activist of Choctaw heritage. Her forthcoming (fifth full-length) album, You had me at Goodbye can be pre-ordered here.
Korey Williams grew up in suburban Chicago and studied at Illinois Wesleyan University, the University of Oxford, the University of Chicago, and Cornell University. His work appears in Assaracus, Winter Tangerine, The Offing, Narrative Magazine, and elsewhere. He is currently a Lecturer at Cornell University.