Kelsey Ronan grew up in Flint, Michigan. Her work has appeared in Lit Hub, Michigan Quarterly Review, The Kenyon Review and elsewhere. She lives in Detroit where she serves as Operations Director of Room Project, a collective of women and nonbinary writers and artists. Chevy in the Hole is her first novel.
Connor Coyne is a writer living and working in Flint, Michigan who runs an independent press, Gothic Funk, is a coordinator of the Flint Festival of Writers, and runs a creative writing workshop for tweens and teens at the Flint Public Library. He’s published several novels and a short story collection, and his work has been featured in Vox.com, Belt Magazine, and elsewhere. He lives with his wife, two daughters, and an adopted rabbit in Flint’s College Cultural Neighborhood (aka the East Village), less than a mile from the house where he grew up.