Lindsey Anne Baker is an editor, reporter, and writer in Omaha, Nebraska, whose poems have appeared in The Nebraska Review, Left Facing Bird, and The Benefactor.
Denise Brady is an Omaha poet and fine printer who is executive director of the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts in Nebraska City.
Chuck Brown is a songwriter and guitarist whose day job is in journalism and public relations, where he writes for UNMC Today, a publication of the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Lloyd Holm, a physician, is a full-time faculty member and Student Clerkship Director in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center at Omaha who brings 21 years of clinical experience to his teaching and writing.
Steve Langan is a poet who teaches in the University of Nebraska’s MFA in Writing program and is writing a PhD dissertation at the University of Nebraska that includes his work on the 7 Doctors project.
William Lyons is a geriatrician at the University of Nebraska Medical Center with particular interests in hospital care of elders, facilitating decision-making near the end of life, and medical education.
Molly O'Dell is Medical Director of Healthier Communities for Alegent Health and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pediatrics & Public Health at University of Nebraska Medical Center. She received an MFA from University of Nebraska MFA in Writing program.
Debra Reilly is a newly inspired poet who says she “won’t quit my day job as a reconstructive plastic surgeon who loves needle arts and music and being a newlywed wife.”
Todd Robinson teaches in the Writer's Workshop at the University of Nebraska—Omaha.
Rebecca Rotert writes and teaches in Omaha, Nebraska.