Jeff Pearson Poetry Editor
Jeff Pearson is a graduate of the University of Idaho’s MFA Program and has been published by Noble / Gas Quarterly, Black Rock & Sage, Otis Nebula, a capella zoo, Heavy Feather Review, Shampoo, Salt Front, Open Minds Quarterly, Axolotl, Barrelhouse, and Moon City Review. He is The Managing Editor for Blood Orange Review and tweets at @legoverleg.
S.J. Dunning Editor-in-Chief & Nonfiction Editor
S.J. Dunning’s work has appeared in The Sun, The Swamp, Sundog Lit, Front Porch Journal, Dogwood, YES! Magazine, Creative Nonfiction, and elsewhere. Her essay “for(e)closure” won Creative Nonfiction’s 2011 MFA Program-Off Award and is a “notable” essay in Best American Essays 2011. Currently, she lives in Tacoma, Washington and teaches Composition, Creative Writing, and Technical Writing online for Central Washington University. She also recently started a website/blog called “Notes from the Field of Foreclosure.”
Grace Campbell Fiction Editor
Grace Campbell was born, raised, and educated in upstate New York. She is a founding writer and editor at Black River Press and author of the chapbook Girlie Shorts as well as the forthcoming Folded Note (Red Bird). She was awarded a 2018 June Dodge Fellowship at The Mineral School. Her work has been nominated for Best of The Net, and featured in Best Small Fictions (2019). She has placed in contests at Split Lip Review and Atticus Review. Her work has appeared widely, in such journals as Brevity, Hobart, Joyland, New Flash Fiction Review, Gravel, Big Other, Birdfeast and many other places. She enjoys tinted lip balm and extremely sharp scissors.