Kelly Neal is currently a Ph.D. student at Binghamton University. She has previously edited for New South & Five Points & holds an M.F.A. in Fiction from Georgia State University in Atlanta. An Ohio native, Kelly holds a dual B.A. in Music & English from the Ohio State University. In addition to reading & writing, Kelly loves making music, dancing, & traveling. You can follow her on Twitter & Instagram @kellycneal.
Jamey McDermott is a fiction writer & Ph.D. student at Binghamton University. He grew up in the metro Atlanta area, & received his M.F.A. from Georgia State University. He has omnivorous tastes, but he especially likes stories that are off-kilter—the kind of fiction that makes the world seem like a different place after reading it. Above all, he wants stories he hasn't read before. In his spare time, he loves low-budget horror movies & comic books. He misses having the time & space to play drums.
Jen DeGregorio's poems have appeared in Apogee, The Baltimore Review, The Collagist, PANK, Paterson Literary Review, Prairie Schooner, Spoon River Poetry Review, Women's Studies Quarterly & elsewhere. She is currently a Ph.D. student in English at Binghamton University, where she teaches creative writing & serves as director of The Binghamton Poetry Project, a community workshop program through the Binghamton Center for Writers. She holds an M.F.A. in creative writing from Hunter College (City University of New York).
Creative Nonfiction Editor
Amy Parker is a Ph.D. student in creative writing at Binghamton University. She holds an M.F.A. from Eastern Oregon University & a BA in History from Florida State University. She specializes in creative nonfiction, & her work has appeared in Entropy, Punchnel's, Witch Craft Magazine, Oregon East, Burrow Press's Fantastic Floridas, & elsewhere. Her favorite writers include Lidia Yuknavitch, Maggie Nelson, & Roxane Gay. Originally from the Tampa Bay area, she loves a good storm.
Sarah Sassone is a fiction writer, instructor, Ph.D. student, & New-Yorker-Bostonian. In 2015, she received her M.F.A. from Emerson College in Boston. Her favorite writers include Aimee Bender, Jane Austen, Junot Diaz, & David Ebershoff, but she will happily read anything weird or poetic or ruthless. In addition to reading & writing, Sarah loves animals, hockey, hip hop, & tea. You can follow her on Twitter, @sarahsassone, or on Instagram, @sarahsassy822.
Macaulay Glynn is pursuing a Ph.D. in English Rhetoric & Creative Writing at Binghamton University, where she is the recipient of a Creative Writing Fellowship from the Marion Clayton Link Endowment. She is a former director of The Binghamton Poetry Project, a community workshop program through the Binghamton Center for Writers.
Heather Humphrey is currently working on a Ph.D. in English & Creative Writing at Binghamton University. She is a former director of The Binghamton Poetry Project, current fiction editor at Ragazine, & editor-at-large for Street Light Press. When Heather isn't working, you can find her crafting or riding her motorcycle on country roads. Please follow her on Twitter & Instagram @bigred9094.