vitni: n, Old Norse from Proto-Germanic:
1. witness, testimony
Our intention is to publish writing that pushes against convention, which challenges, subverts, or skillfully manipulates tradition, and which serves to advance the understanding of human culture and experience via interesting metaphors, exciting diction, and engaging content. Good writing has always done this, but we believe this is true now more than ever before. These writers are our evidence.
Garnet Juniper Sanford
G. J. Sanford is a queer poet and writer from Nevada's high desert. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in River Styx Magazine, the Potomac Review, Lady/Liberty/Lit, The Meadow, Rust + Moth, and others. In 2019 her poem "A Fire in Douglas" was selected by judge Kim Addonizio as a finalist in december magazine's Jeff Marks Memorial Poetry Prize and appeared in the magazine's May issue. She received her MFA from the University of Nevada-Reno in 2019, and currently resides in a tiny studio with her tiny feline muse, Finn.
Logan S. Seidl
Logan Seidl is an instructor at the University of Nevada, Reno, and a graduate of the MFA program there. His poetry has been published in the Kentucky Review, Crab Creek Review, The Meadow, and Vinyl, and he's been rejected by many more. He is deathly worried, among other concerns, about rampant Wi-Fi outages stopping his daily consumption of baby goat videos.