Heather Goodrich, Editor

Heather Goodrich is the author of GRISTLE (Durga Press, forthcoming). She received BAs in English and Journalism from Colorado State University (2009) and an MFA in Writing & Poetics from Naropa University (2012). Her latest work appears in the anthology A Poetic Inventory of Rocky Mountain National Park (Wolverine Farm, 2012). She has received six SPJ awards for her work as an editor and journalist. Heather is the author of a new feminist theory called hysteria and lives in the Front Range of Colorado.

Brenna Lee, Editor

Brenna Lee received her MFA in Prose from the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. Her work has recently appeared in Upstairs at Duroc, Vector Press, and Something on Paper.

Lindsey King-Miller, Poetry Editor

Lindsay King-Miller is a queer femme tattooed fat chick who does not have an indoor voice. She received her MFA in writing from Naropa University. She is a regular contributor to The Hairpin and Muzzle Magazine, and her work has appeared in Bitch Magazine, The Toast, xoJane, and elsewhere. She loves terrible horror movies and Italian sodas and lives in Denver with her partner, a huge but still insufficient collection of books, and a very spoiled cat. Her first book will be published by Plume in early 2016.

Sally Seck, Poetry Editor

Sally Seck is an Appalachian feminist experimental writer living in Cotopaxi, Colorado. She has an M.F.A. in Writing and Poetics from the Jack Kerouac School at Naropa University and is the author of two chapbooks,Salt of the Earth and Rivers and Swans, and a hybrid manuscript, Molt.

Rebecca Howard, Web Editor

Rebecca Howard studied Journalism & Technical Communication at Colorado State University. She does public relations for a living and video blogging for fun in Denver, Colorado.

Ellie Swensson, Event Coordinator

Like Alicia Ostriker, Ellie Swensson wonders when poets decided to stop being actual people. While writing in search of an answer, she received the Ohio Poetry Association’s William Redding Memorial Poetry Prize in 2012 and her work was accepted for publication by Exile, Hive, Semicolon, Rathalla Review, The Love Shovel Review, and Interkors Magazine. Ellie is currently working on a collaborative deck of poetic cards with Boulder artist Indigo to be published by LuNaMoPoLiS. She recently received her MFA in Writing and Poetics from the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University.

Ellie currently lives in Boulder, CO where she cuts paper, cuddles with her tiny speckled dog, grids crystals on the daily, and occasionally howls poetry at the moon. From 9-5 on the weekdays she is the Program and Content Manager for Highland City Club. She also serves as the Poetry Editor of Interkors Magazine and co-curates the Bouldering Poets reading series with her partner, Mike Malpiedi.

She is beyond stoked to join this team of superwomen curating powerful artistic space. Gesture on.