Co-Editor, Nonfiction Editor
Susannah Clark has published essays in Popmatters, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Inside Higher Ed, and elsewhere. She has been nominated for the Best of the Net anthology and the Pushcart Prize, and has a Notable essay listed in the 2016 Best American Essays anthology. She lives in Washington D.C. @susannigans
Co-Editor, Poetry Editor
Lena Moses-Schmitt‘s poems and essays have appeared or are forthcoming in Best New Poets, The Cincinnati Review, Indiana Review, Ninth Letter, The Normal School, Devil’s Lake, The Paris-American, and elsewhere. She also designed this website. She lives in Berkeley, California. @lenamschmitt
Janey Tracey's real name is Meredith, but she also answers to JT, Janes, Feminazi, and the opening lick to "Janie's Got a Gun." She loves Milton, the Oxford comma, nineteenth-century novels, and nineties pop music. She is a firm believer that the word "summer" should never be used as a verb, that epic poetry should stage a comeback, and that the perfect date is April 25th, because you only need a light jacket.
Nathan Knapp‘s writing has appeared in or is forthcoming from The Millions, Blue Mesa Review, Frequencies, Yalobusha Review, Parcel, Vol 1. Brooklyn, and elsewhere. He lives and writes in Oklahoma. @nate_knapp24
James Brubaker is the author of Pilot Season and Liner Notes. His manuscript Black Magic Death Sphere: (Science) Fictions won the 2014 Pressgang Prize. He teaches creative writing at Southeast Missouri State University, where he is the director of SEMO Press. @mrbnatural