Editor & Founder:
Julia Dixon Evans is the author of the novel How to Set Yourself on Fire (Dzanc Books, 2018). Her work can be found or is forthcoming in McSweeney’s, Barrelhouse, Pithead Chapel, New York Tyrant Books, Hobart, San Diego CityBeat, and elsewhere. She is Senior Columns Editor for The Coil andNonfiction Editor for Noble / Gas Qrtrly, and writes the weekly Culture Report for Voice of San Diego. More at juliadixonevans.com. Twitter: @juliadixonevans
Co-editor & Senior Fiction Editor:
Ryan Bradford is the founding editor of Black Candies, a journal of literary horror and dark fiction. His work can be found in Paper Darts, Hobart, [PANK], Quarterly West and elsewhere, and he is a columnist for San Diego CityBeat. More at ryancbradford.com. Twitter: @theryanbradford
Issue One Team
Senior Poetry Editor:
Heather Sweeney earned an MFA in Creative Writing and Poetics at Naropa University in 2016 where she was the Allen Ginsberg Fellow. Her chapbook Just Let Me Have This was published by Selcouth Station Press in the summer of 2018. Most recently, her poetry appears or is forthcoming in the tiny, Pidgeonholes, Pacifica Literary Review, The Hunger, Moonchild, Expat Press, Bad Pony, Bombay Gin, Summer Stock, and White Stag. Currently, she lives in San Diego, California where she writes, does visual art, and teaches yoga.
Apprentice Poetry Editor:
Stephanie Westgate is a queer/trans poet from San Diego. Her work can be seen in Last Exit, the Acorn Review, and forthcoming in Madwomen etc. She writes her truth. At night she masquerades as Batgirl. Her social media accounts are private– ask to be her friend in real life.
Senior Nonfiction Editor:
Cassandra Marketos is a freelance writer. She is @cassiemarketos on Twitter.
Reader and Assistant-at-large:
Sean Rusev is …
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