Before the Great Lockdown of 2020, Jadae Sweezer (she/her) created the prototype version of this magazine for the literary magazines class she took during her first quarter in grad school at DePaul University in Chicago. From there, she became the Assistant Editor for Slag Glass City, an online magazine for the essay arts, and learned the ropes of running a literary magazine. After graduating from DePaul's Writing and Publishing masters program and looking for a way to get into the publishing industry post-grad, she made the decision to launch her baby, Suspended Magazine.
Originally a poet, she expanded her writing interests into fiction. She writes short stories, is currently querying her first novel, and will soon venture into screenwriting.
Taysa Moore (she/her) is a graduate of Willamette University, Southern New Hampshire University, and the University of Georgia and holds a B.A. in Chemistry, M.S. in Public Health and M.S. in Comparative Biomedical Sciences. She hails from South New Jersey, has two cats—Maple and Buttercup—plays the cello, and enjoys fine art and literature. She published her first poetry collection, The Illusion of the Tear, in 2021. Currently, she's writing her first full length horror novel.
Daryhl Covington (he/him) is a writer from Ypsilanti, Michigan, and his work highlights the Black mundane by portraying the beauty of everyday life from an Afrocentric perspective. Daryhl graduated from DePaul University, where he recently earned his MFA in Creative Writing & Publishing. His nonfiction essay, "the riot never stopped," will be published by Fugue in 2023. Daryhl also loves visual art, record collecting, and battle rap.