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JAZZ MARIE KAUR

 

FOUNDER, EiC, VISUAL DESIGNER

 

Jazz Marie whose one-star floppy disk poetaster pen name is Vevna Forrow (VFORROW) is the founder, designer, and Editor-in-Chief of Dipity Literary Magazine. She is just another 1995 human being who values the breath that art gives us and is passionate about technology troubleshooting, music visualization, cartooning, collage art, and video editing.  Forrow originally hosted over 100 episodes of Hummingbird Blink on Spotify on her mobile and a few of the Moon Milk podcasts. Work of hers appears in the Lothlorien Journal, Kindergarten Mag, diaCRITICS - DVAN, Phantom Kangaroo, and Oddball Magazine. Forrow hails from Minnesota and resides on the outskirts of the 10th Kingdom ( just kidding within Nevada).  She has Punjabi (Southeast Asian), African-American, and Native American roots. 

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EARTHA DAVIS

 JR. EDITOR: VOLUNTEER STAFF

 

Eartha wishes to live gently by a river. She placed second in the 2022 Woorilla Poetry Prize Youth Section, was nominated for Best of the Net in 2023, and was shortlisted for the 2024 Creative Writing New Zealand’s Short Story Prize. Her work is published or forthcoming in Wildness, Rabbit, Frozen Sea, Minarets, Modron, Baby Teeth Journal, South Florida Poetry Journal, JMWW, LEON Literary Review, Arboreal Magazine, ELJ Editions, the Basilisk Tree, the Stirling Review, Where the Meadows Reside, the Spellbinder Magazine, the engineidling, Discretionary Love, Sour Cherry Magazine, Revolute, & Eunoia Review, among others. She honours her Ngāpuhi ancestors and the Wiradjuri people, on whose land she lives, breathes, and writes.

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KANDICE

COVER PHOTOGRAPHER : VOLUNTEER STAFF

 

Kandice aka Clair de lune is a poet based out of Canada, nominated for Pushcart in 2022 “A Day In the Life” and Best of the Net Art in 2023 for issue no. 1 Dipity’s cover from when we first launched it in a digital online format. She has contributed background film photography for a lot of Jazz's experimental projects, the pink Dipity flower iconic logo, and has been a significant support to Dipity Literary Magazine’s start. She loves collecting art, cats, books and enjoys cups of tea.

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DYLAN TRAN 

ASSOCIATE POETRY READER: VOLUNTEER STAFF

Dylan Tran is a Chinese American poet based in Washington, DC, who strives to uplift the Asian American voice in literature, while walking the fine line between culture and otherness. Dylan’s poems appear or are forthcoming in Volume, El Portal, Dipity Literary Magazine, The Mid-Atlantic Review, The Bookends Review, and elsewhere, and his work has been anthologized in the Save Chinatown Anthology published by Moonstone Press. Outside of writing, Dylan’s interests include public history, Asian pop culture, and playing tennis.

LARA AMELIE

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ASSOCIATE POETRY READER: VOLUNTEER STAFF

Lara Amelie is an aspiring novelist and poet from Melbourne, Australia. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Arts at The University of Melbourne, majoring in both Creative Writing and Linguistics. Her first poetic appearance was her spoken-word piece for dipity. productions, titled ’The Condition of The Wolf’. Lara’s literary inspirations include Charles Baudelaire, Sylvia Plath, and Vladimir Nabokov. 

CAIT MAREE O'SHEA

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ASSOCIATE POETRY READER: VOLUNTEER STAFF

 

Cait Maree O’Shea was born in a small rural town in Virginia and is now settled in Burkittsville, MD. From music to the written and spoken word, art has played a major, lifesaving role in her life. 

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