Hillary Fink is the founder of Ink & Voices. A Hudson Valley native, she is a freelance writer, editor and social media manager. She is a contributing writer for Peaceful Dumpling, and currently interns with Prentis Literary Book Agency. Her creative work has previously been featured in Akashic Books, Gravel and StrangeFoot. Her work has been featured in local Hudson Valley Print, such as the Van Wyck Gazette. You can find her on social media @elementsofhill
Amanda Donohue is a college graduate trying to figure out what it really means to be an adult. She graduated with a BA in English and the classes she really enjoyed all involved creative writing. Her writing took her to Tanzania, where her eyes were opened and she wrote her favorite piece called "Sentenced." Amanda was able to take part in Dramatic Action Theater's show in Summer 2017 where she was able to perform "Sentenced." Amanda currently lives in Virginia, working in Keller Williams Realty, writing whenever she can. She enjoys books, beer, and women (also advocating for their rights). She hopes that by people showcasing their art, their truths, the world will become a more loving place.
Hear "Sentenced" recorded via podcast here:
Tiffany Gordon is an artist based out of Atlanta, Georgia whom started out her artistic career in high school where she found her love for creativity in painting and drawing. She continued her education by graduating with a bachelor in fine arts from the University of Georgia with an emphasis in painting. Her studies consisted of exploring mythologies, archetypes, concept building, installing exhibitions, building multiple bodies of work and questioning the foundation of critique. She uses painted figures in a narrative setting to create an open environment of interpretation and recontextualizes archetypes found in her studies. Tiffany participated in group exhibitions at the University of Georgia which included two years of Spotlights On The Arts and the BFA exit show The Line Between.
Liana DeMasi is a writer living in Brooklyn, NY. She graduated with a BA in English and Political Science, which somehow landed her a teaching job last year, which taught her, at the least, that we never know our path. She left that position to fully pursue her writing again, which she does everyday. She has traveled parts of the world alone, which has showed her parts of the world and herself that she never expected to see. She writes of it often. When she isn’t writing or traveling she is trying new foods and wine, spending time with family and friends, wandering through an art gallery, or pushing the gay agenda. She hopes that her writing will bring about a heightened level of awareness to her readers, or, at the least, to herself.
Kylie Ayn Yockey is a writer, editor, and artist with a B.A. in Creative Writing and Literature: Poetry and Fiction, and studies for her MFA in Writing at Spalding University. Her work has been published on Jackalope Magazine and in Glyph Magazine volumes 28-30. She was also an editor Glyph vol.30, and currently acts as a student editor for The Louisville Review. Her debut cross-genre collection, Aftereffects (2017, available on Lulu) explores the power dynamics, womanhood, sensuality, and horror of consuming and being consumed.