After moving to New York, nine years to the day that r.h. Sin began sharing his words with the online community. The New Jersey native would go on to release his first poetry collection Whiskey Words and a Shovel followed by two new volumes of poetry and prose under the same name. Reviving the art of epigrams, r.h. Sin's unique ability to create a long-lasting emotional reaction using a minimalistic approach to poetry reimagined the way poetry is written in the modern era. With two New York Times Best Sellers to his name, r.h. Sin continues to define what it means to be a poet in the golden age of social media.
In 2016, Queens native, Samantha King Holmes released her debut poetry collection Born to Love, Cursed to Feel, and the rest is history. With a blend of strength, wit, and a creative mind that resembles some of the greatest notable figures in New York's rich artistic history, Holmes has placed herself in the conversation that revolves around the new revolution of modern-day poets and what it truly means to be able to create something so profound and essential to everyday life.