Brittany Cavallaro (Editor in Chief) is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin–Madison MFA program. She is the author of a collection of poems, Girl-King, published by the University of Akron Press. Her young adult novel, A Study in Charlotte, will be out in 2016 from HarperCollins/Katherine Tegen Books.
Jacques J. Rancourt (Managing Editor), a former Wallace Stegner Fellow, was raised in Maine. His poems have appeared in or will appear in Kenyon Review, Virginia Quarterly Review, New England Review, and Best New Poets 2014, among others. He has received fellowships from the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing, the Bread Loaf Writers Conference, and the Cité Internationale des Arts. He lives in Oakland, California.
Karyna McGlynn (Senior Poetry Editor) is the author of I Have to Go Back to 1994 and Kill a Girl, Scorpionica, and Alabama Steve. Her poems have recently appeared in The Kenyon Review, Ploughshares, Black Warrior Review, AGNI, and Witness. Karyna received her PhD from the University of Houston, where she was the managing editor of Gulf Coast. She is currently the Diane Middlebrook Poetry Fellow at the University of Wisconsin.
Carolyn Orosz (Poetry Editor) grew up in rural Connecticut and is an MFA candidate in poetry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Leslie Sainz (Poetry Editor) received a BA in professional and creative writing from Carnegie Mellon University. A native of Miami, Florida, she is currently an MFA candidate in poetry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Mika Taylor (Senior Fiction Editor) received her MFA from the University of Arizona, where she was the fiction editor of the Sonora Review. She is the current Carol Houck-Smith Fiction Fellow at the University of Wisconsin. Her work has appeared in The Southern Review, Black Warrior Review, Tin House, Open Bar, The Kenyon Review Online, Guernica, Necessary Fiction, The Collagist, Diagram, and others.
Lucy Tan (Fiction Editor) is an MFA candidate in fiction at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. She is a winner of the 2015 Ploughshares Emerging Writer's Contest, and her work has appeared in Asia Literary Review, Paterson Literary Review, and Sixfold.
Sarah Crossland (Production Editor) is the recipient of the 2012 Boston Review Poetry Prize, a 2013 AWP Intro Journals Award and the 2013 Pablo Neruda Prize. She was named one of Narrative's “30 Below 30” Emerging Poets for 2014. Her work has appeared, or is forthcoming, in Crazyhorse, Shenandoah, FIELD, TriQuarterly, The Iowa Review, A Public Space, Denver Quarterly, Guernica, and others. She is currently writing a book of poems about the Romanov daughters, Slavic folklore, and the Russian Revolution called The Winter Palace.
Dylan Weir (Reviews & Interviews Editor) is a Chicagoan and MFA candidate in poetry at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where he teaches creative writing. He has work in (or forthcoming from): Rhino, After Hours, Catch&Release, Cleaver, H_NGM_N, Mobius, The Legendary, Literary Orphans, Melancholy Hyperbole, Red Paint Hill, and recently placed second in the Great Lakes Review Poetry Prize.
Sean Patrick Mulroy (Reviews & Interviews Editor) was born and raised in Hartwood, Virginia. He is a candidate in the MFA program at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, a 2013 Lambda Literary Fellow, and an eight-time competitor at the National Poetry Slam. His poems have been published in Muzzle, Assaracus, and The Bakery, among others.
READERS & REVIEWERS: Rebecca Hazelton, Christian Holt, Josh Kalscheur, Will Kelly, and Ben Thompson
ADVISORY BOARD: Quan Barry, Oliver Bendorf, Louisa Diodato, Amaud Johnson, Jesse Lee Kercheval, Ron Kuka, Judith Claire Mitchell, and Ronald Wallace