Dina Paulson-McEwen is a poet, writer, editor, and founder of Aqua Editing, a story developer for creative thinkers. Her first poetry collection, Parts of love (Finishing Line Press, 2018), was a finalist in the 2017 Finishing Line Press New Women’s Voices Chapbook Competition. Her poetry, flash fiction, and essays appear, or are forthcoming, in Bayou Magazine, Empty Mirror, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Flash Fiction Magazine, and elsewhere. Her poetry has been performed and exhibited nationally. She is a youth volunteer editor at Uptown Stories in New York City and former editor at Flash Fiction Magazine and Compose | A Journal of Simply Good Writing. Poetry, film, and culture essays are on her blog, walk the line.