Co-Editor & Poetry Editor
Justin Bigos is the author of the poetry chapbook Twenty Thousand Pigeons (iO Books, 2014). His poems have appeared in magazines including Ploughshares, New England Review, Indiana Review, and The Gettysburg Review; his fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in The Best American Short Stories 2015, McSweeney’s, Ninth Letter, Memorious, and The Seattle Review; and his nonfiction has appeared in The Collagist. He lives in Flagstaff, Arizona, where he teaches creative writing at Northern Arizona University.
Co-Editor & Prose Editor
Erin Stalcup’s first story collection, And Yet It Moves, is forthcoming in Fall 2016 from Indiana University Press in their Break Away Books series. Her fiction has appeared in The Kenyon Review, Kenyon Review Online, The Sun, PANK, Hinchas de Poesía, and elsewhere, and she has creative nonfiction forthcoming or appearing in The Laurel Review and STIR. Erin received her MFA from Warren Wilson College’s Program for Writers, and later served as the Joan Beebe Fellow at Warren Wilson. After teaching in community colleges, universities, and prisons in New York City, North Carolina, and Texas, she is now faculty at her alma mater, Northern Arizona University, in her hometown of Flagstaff.
Candice Amich is an Assistant Professor of English at Vanderbilt University. She is at work on a book project entitled The Poetics of Globalization, in which she examines the aesthetic strategies Latina, Caribbean, US, and Latin American feminist poets and performance artists employ to counter the abstractions of globalization discourse. She earned her PhD in English from Rutgers University and holds an MFA in Poetry from New York University.
Corey Campbell’s fiction has appeared, or is forthcoming, in The Gettysburg Review, Colorado Review, The Rattling Wall, Necessary Fiction, Conte, Anderbo, and The Coachella Review, among other publications. A graduate of Warren Wilson’s MFA Program for Writers, Ms. Campbell lives in Phoenix, AZ, where she’s completing her first collection of short stories.
Anna Clark is a journalist living in Detroit. Her reporting, essays, and book reviews have appeared in The New York Times, The New Republic, Grantland, The American Prospect, The Christian Science Monitor, Next City, and many others. She is a political media correspondent for the Columbia Journalism Review and a former Fulbright fellow in Kenya. She is also the editor of A Detroit Anthology. Anna is a writer-in-residence in city high schools, the founder of Literary Detroit, and a founding board member of Write A House. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the Warren Wilson College MFA Program for Writers.
Lauren Espinoza is currently a graduate student in the MFA Program in Poetry at Arizona State University, where she is the Teaching Artist for the Young Writers Program. Her poetry has appeared in an anthology selected by Naomi Shihab Nye entitled Time You Let Me In: 25 Poets Under 25, in print at The Mas Tequila Review, online at The Acentos Review and Whole Beast Rag, and she has poems forthcoming in As/Us and NewBorder: Contemporary Voices from the Texas/Mexico Border, published by Texas A&M Press. She is an inaugural member of the Letras Latinas Young Poets Initiative, the CantoMundo Workshop Assistant, and holds a graduate certificate in Mexican American Studies from the University of Texas-Pan American.
W. Todd Kaneko
W. Todd Kaneko is the author of The Dead Wrestler Elegies (Curbside Splendor, 2014). His prose and poems have appeared in Bellingham Review, Los Angeles Review, Barrelhouse, The Normal School, The Collagist, and many other places. He has received fellowships from Kundiman and the Kenyon Review Writers Workshop and lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where he teaches at Grand Valley State University. Visit him at toddkaneko.com.
Social Media Editor
Izzy Montoya is currently an undergraduate creative writing major at Arizona Sate University in Tempe, Arizona. He spends his time writing, reading, and studying both poetry and fiction. He is also a reader for RED INK magazine.
Grace is from Malaysia. Her work has appeared in PANK, Winter Tangerine Review, and The Dirty Napkin. She holds a BA in philosophy and speaks four languages. She’s interested in women of color feminism, sexuality, and critical race theories, as well as their implications on language, poetics, and the abstraction of thought. She lives and teaches in Flagstaff, Arizona.
Rachel Andoga is a poet from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her work can be found in journals including Sundog Lit, Third Coast, Yew Journal, Yemassee, Coal Hill Review, as well as ... and love ... from Jacar Press. A graduate of the MFA program at Arizona State University, Rachel currently writes and teaches in Phoenix, Arizona.
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