Alicia Wright, Founding Editor

Alicia Wright received an MFA from Bowling Green State University and worked for Mid-American Review and Rabble Lit. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Eunoia Review, Thimble Lit Mag, The Crawfish, Same Faces Collective, Kestrel, Pine Mountain Sand & Gravel, Sweet Tree Review, The Cape Rock, and elsewhere. She currently moonlights as a freelance copy editor, proofreader, and community literacy educator and has been writing poetry and short prose for more than 20 years. She blogs occasionally at aliciawright.ink.

Andrea Damic, Contributing Editor

Andrea Damic, born in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina, lives and works in Sydney, Australia. She’s a self-taught writer of prose and poetry, with a master’s in Economics. Being a non-native English speaker makes every publication worth the struggle. She is a big fan of visual arts, and when she lacks words to express herself, she uses photography to speak for her. She believes there’s something cathartic about seeing your words and art out in the world. Her literary art appears in Bending Genres, JMWW, The Ekphrastic Review, Your Impossible Voice, The Dribble Drabble Review, Roi Fainéant Press, Sky Island Journal, and elsewhere. She spends many an hour fiddling around with her website, damicandrea.wordpress.com.

BEE LB, Contributing Editor

BEE LB is an array of letters, bound to impulse; a writer creating delicate connections. they have called any number of places home; currently, a single yellow wall in Michigan. they have been published in FOLIO, Figure 1, The Offing, and Harpur Palate, among others. their portfolio can be found at twinbrights.carrd.co.

Roberto C. Elizondo, Contributing Editor

Roberto C. Elizondo is a trilingual writer, poet, and translator from Mexico. He holds an MFA from Bowling Green State University and a BA from Oklahoma State University. He has taught English and French in high school, college freshman composition, and creative writing. He’s also been an Assistant Editor in Mid-American Review, where his poetry reviews appeared in two consecutive years. In his free time, he enjoys cooking and singing, and would also love to learn new languages. He sometimes writes thoughts and recipes on his blog: relizon.wordpress.com.

Shalom Kasim, Contributing Editor

Shalom Kasim is the managing editor at Mud Season Review. He earned a degree in English and Literary Studies from the Federal University in Wukari, Nigeria, where he was also the Editor-in-Chief of the college magazine, Insights. Shalom has worked as a Prose Editor at Eboquills, a writer for Erato Magazine, and an events officer at The Selkie (CIC). He lives in Jos, Nigeria.

Anna Denzel, Contributing Editor

Anna Denzel is a multilingual teacher, translator, and writer. She graduated from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität with a Magister Artium in Italian and English Literature and Art History, subsequently studied at the University of Leeds (Postgraduate Certificate in Education) and completed a Diploma in Professional Translation from New York University. Her sample translation, an extract of Dimitrij Kapitelman’s novel “Eine Formalie in Kiew,” appeared in Exchanges: Journal of Literary Translation.

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