EDITOR IN CHIEF
Bükem Reitmayer is a Turkish-Canadian writer. Her work has appeared in No Tokens, PANK, Minola Review, and Carousel, among others.
Aliza Ali Khan is a Pakistani-American teacher, writer and editor. Her writing has been published in The Pinch, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and was awarded the Deborah Slosberg Memorial Prize in Fiction.
Jayson Keery lives in Western Massachusetts where they are pursuing their MFA in poetry at UMass Amherst and where they shamelessly make and sell “gay-themed” merch.
Dina Alqassar is a PhD student studying early 17th century poetry with a focus on faith and sexuality.
Dāshaun Washington is a Massachusetts native/Dallas resident. He is the 2018 winner of the Robert Bone Memorial Poetry Prize and recipient of scholarships from Winter Tangerine and The Speakeasy Project. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Boiler, Raleigh Review, Borderlands, Tinderbox, Reunion, and elsewhere.
Rabia Saeed hails from Kohat, Pakistan. She is pursuing her MFA in Fiction at UMass Amherst and teaches Creative Writing.
Madeleine Maillet is a writer, translator and editor. Her work has appeared in Prism International, THIS Magazine, Joyland, The Journey Prize Stories Anthology (McLelland and Stewart) and other places. She is a PhD Candidate in Creative Writing at the University of Houston.
CONTRIBUTING & PAST EDITORS
Max Winter (illustrator), Paige Cooper (fiction), Miles A.M. Collins-Sibley (poetry), Emily Hunerwadel (publishing), Jay Pabaroo (poetry), Frankie Barnet (fiction)