Co-Editors in Chief:
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.
Hannah Carr-Murphy is a poet and musician from Black Hawk County, Iowa. Her poetry has appeared in journals Common Ground Review, Presence: A Journal of Catholic Poetry, and Adanna as well as anthologies Exs (Final Thursday), Double Kiss (Mammoth Books), and Spectral Lines (Alternating Currents). Previously, Hannah worked as Production Coordinator for North American Review at University of Northern Iowa and as Layout/Design Editor for An Focal at University of Limerick, Ireland.
Winner of the Negative Capability Press Spring 2020 Poetry Contest, Cole Depuy is a Ph.D. student at SUNY Binghamton & recipient of the Provost’s Doctoral Summer Fellowship. His poetry is forthcoming or has appeared in Penn Review, Ilanot Review, The Maynard, The Paterson Literary Review, & elsewhere.
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.
Rachel Stempel is a queer Ukrainian-Jewish poet. She received her MFA in poetry from Adelphi University and is currently a PhD student in English. She is the author of the chapbooks Interiors (Foundlings Press) and BEFORE THE DESIRE TO EAT (Finishing Line Press), and her work has recently appeared in Penn Review, Jet Fuel Review, and Gulf Stream Magazine. She is represented by Danielle Burby at Mad Woman Literary.
Editors and Readers Needed:
We are currently looking for Binghamton PhD students to join our team as editors in Fiction and Creative Nonfiction! Advanced undergraduate and MA students are also needed and welcome to join us as readers in every genre!