Josh Corson is a multi-disciplinary literary artist originally from Tampa, Fl. He holds a B.A. in Poetry from Columbia College Chicago and an A.S. in Sound Engineering from Full Sail University. Currently, Josh is an MFA candidate in Poetry at the University of Pittsburgh where he is an Arts & Science Graduate Fellow. His honors include a 2018 artist residency with the Atlantic Center for the Arts, a 2017 Honors Research Award from Columbia College Chicago, and a 2016 Elma Stuckey Poetry Prize. His work has appeared in Aquifer: The Florida Review OnlinedecemberEntropy,  Hooligan, and others. In addition to being EIC of Habitat Magazine, he has worked with non-profits and community coalitions to organize events on topics like education, police brutality, gender and the arts, and other activist issues. You can find his work at