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
Kylie Ayn Yockey is a queer southern creative studying for her MFA in Writing, with a BA in Creative Writing and Literature. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Glyph Magazine, Meow Meow Pow Pow Lit, Night Music Journal, The Stray Branch, and Ordinary Madness. She has edited for Glyph and The Louisville Review, and is also the poetry editor for Blood Tree Literature. Her debut collection (Aftereffects, 2017) and photobook (Mushrooms, 2018) are available on Lulu.
Zoe Hussain is a full-time student based out of Long Island, New York. You can find Zoe doing slam poetry in local bookstores, writing in the nook of her favorite library, or doodling in her notebook. She found her love of art and writing at an early age, and has spent all her energy and time since then pushing for an understanding of the creative mind and the mental health/ addiction crisis in the U.S. She hopes to avidly work towards showcasing other artists and bringing change to communities and advocating for open expression in such a busy, complicated world.