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juliette-sebockJuliette Sebock

Founding Editor

Juliette Sebock is a Best of the Net-nominated poet and writer and the author of Mistakes Were Made (2017), Micro (2019), How My Cat Saved My Life and Other Poems (2019), Three Words (2020) and Boleyn (forthcoming, 2020), with work forthcoming or appearing in a wide variety of publications. She is the founding editor of Nightingale & Sparrow, runs a lifestyle blog, For the Sake of Good Taste, and is a regular contributor with Marías at Sampaguitas, Royal Rose, and Memoir Mixtapes. Currently, she is working on a variety of personal and freelance projects.

When she isn’t writing (and sometimes when she is), Juliette can be found with a cup of coffee and her cat, Fitz. Juliette can be reached at her website or across social media.

miracle-harrisMiracle Harris

Poetry Editor

Miracle Harris is a young woman living in the United States of America. She will turn eighteen on the 28th of August. Miracle enjoys reading poetry. Miracle recently became a reader for Teen Belle Mag. Miracle is enrolled at Indiana University Southeast.

miracle-harrisMarcelle Newbold

Poetry Editor

Marcelle Newbold loves poetry as a way of exploring inner digressions, capturing the unexceptional every day.  A member of The Dipping Pool writing group, she lives in Cardiff, Wales where she trained as an architect. Twitter @marcellenewbold.

Prithiva Sharma

Poetry Editor

Prithiva Sharma is a student, writer in learning and an ardent Chris Evans stan. She’s in love with fanfiction culture, so much so that she’s decided to do her dissertation on it! She’s good at shipping non canonical OTPs, procrastinating and freaking out, turning prose into poetry and getting worked up over art being distanced from the political. She was the Visual Art Contributor at Rose Quartz Magazine and is currently a Blog Columnist for Headcanon Magazine and Editor for Teen Belle Mag. Her work, which has appeared in Esthesia Mag, Wellington Street Review, Vagabond City, Lihaaf Journal, among others, can be found at https://linktr.ee/prithiwaah and you can connect with her on instagram @prithuwu.

Rebecca_L_YongRebecca L. Yong

Poetry Editor

Rebecca L. Yong is a Singaporean student. She loves reading, writing and good music. When she’s not busy studying, she enjoys art, dancing and exploring new places.

maialise-carneyMialise Carney

Creative Nonfiction Editor

Mialise Carney (@mialisec) is a writer and editor from Massachusetts. She is an associate editor at Ayaskala, and her writing has appeared in Atlas and Alice and Menacing Hedge among others. See more of her work at mialisecarney.com.

dani-holwayDani Holway

Creative Nonfiction Editor

Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Dani is currently pursuing her Master of Fine Arts in Writing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago after receiving her Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from the University of North Texas. Now a published writer and photographer, acclaimed actress, and produced playwright, she moved to Chicago in August of 2018 to further her artistic education and to continue her pursuit of the world’s most delicious pizza. You can find some of her creative nonfiction and poetry in Barren Magazine, MookyChick, and Silk + Smoke. Most importantly, she is mom to the best dog ever, Marty McFly.

scout-rouxScout Roux

Fiction Editor

Scout (@scoutroux) is a writer from the Milwaukee area. They attended college for English Literature in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, where they first worked as an editor for NOTA (None of the Above). Their short stories and poetry have found grateful homes in the pages of Furrow Magazine, The Allegheny Review, and Barstow & Grand among others. They live with their fiancee, their cat, and pet parrot, dreaming of a vegetable patch to one day call their own.

mollie-williamsonMollie Williamson

Fiction Editor

Mollie Williamson is a writer based in the Bay Area of California.  She attended Saint Mary’s College of California double majoring in Art History and Women’s Studies in 2013.  Mollie then received her master’s in Women’s Studies from the University of Alabama in 2014.  She enjoys writing stories based on fairy tales and mythology.  Her work has been featured in The Pinkley Press, Toho Journal, and Nightingale & Sparrow with forthcoming work in various publications.  Her forthcoming chapbook, Pandora, will be published as part of the staff series by Nightingale & Sparrow Press in April 2021. When not writing, you can find her drinking endless amounts of jasmine tea and possibly planning her next trip to the Happiest Place on Earth.

Mary-Anne-BordonaroMary Anne Bordonaro

Editorial Assistant

Mary Anne Bordonaro is a creative writing teacher, writer, and traveler with an inability to sit still and a cat named “corned beef”. Originally from South Carolina, she graduated in 2018 from Winthrop University with a B.A. in English/Creative Writing. She then moved to France to be an ESL teacher. Six months ago she moved to the small Pacific Island of American Samoa. She has been published in Heavy Feather ReviewThe Roddey-MacMillan RecordJourneys of Girls, and she has a short story forthcoming in Feb. 2020 in Taco Bell Quarterly.

rosie-carterRosie Carter

Editorial Assistant

Rosie Carter is a photographer, illustrator, and writer based in Boston, Massachusetts. Her work has previously been published in Nightingale and Sparrow, the Journal of the Core Curriculum at Boston University, and Marias at Sampaguitas. She enjoys philosophy and is avid about all things cat-related. You can find her reading and relaxing with her two cats, Butterscotch and Orzo.

mackenzie-denofioMackenzie Denofio 

Editorial Assistant

Mackenzie Denofio is a writer from upstate New York. She is currently an undergrad at Emerson College majoring in Writing, Literature, and Publishing with a concentration in Publishing. She enjoys analyzing movies, TV shows, and books. When not doing that she can be found writing short gothic horror stories into the early hours of the morning. She adores pirates, witches, and James McAvoy.  She is currently on a never ending quest to eat all of the cheese in the world.

k_weberK Weber

Editorial Assistant

K Weber lives and writes in southwestern Ohio. Her writing has been included in issues of Memoir Mixtapes, Detritus Online, Black Bough Poetry, Writer’s Digest, Moonchild Magazine, Theta Wave and more! Her photography has appeared in such literary magazines as Barren Magazine and Mental Papercuts. K earned her BA in Creative Writing from Miami University in 1999. More publishing credits and access to her 5 online chapbooks/audiobooks at http://kweberandherwords.wordpress.com

emma-easyEmma Easy

Production Manager

Emma Easy writes poetry and non-fiction and lives in Cornwall, UK. She studied Writing, Nature and Place at the University of Exeter. She was shortlisted for the 2013 Earthlines Essay Prize and has work forthcoming in Lighthouse Journal and Rust + Moth.

megan-russoMegan Russo

Production Manager

Megan Russo is a writer and designer currently living in Austin, TX. She attended the University of Cincinnati majoring in Studio Arts with a focus in Printmaking. Her work has been published by Cauldron Anthology, Palm Sized Press, Royal Rose Literary Magazine, and Pussy Magic Magazine. Her forthcoming chapbook, A Daughter for Mr. Spider, will be published as part of the staff series by Nightingale & Sparrow Press in the Spring of 2020. Check out more by Megan at meganrusso.com or on Twitter @forgewithstyle.

holley-cornettoHolley Cornetto

Associate Production Manager

Holley Cornetto was born and raised in Alabama, but now lives in New Jersey. She is a librarian by day, and a writer by night. Her fiction is forthcoming in Flash Fiction Magazine.

Heather_E._GrahamHeather E. Graham

Associate Production Manager

Heather E. Graham is a writer, poet, and a student at the University of Utah where she studies Writing And Rhetoric and Gender Studies. She works for the Salt Lake Community College Student Writing and Reading Center as a Writing Consultant, the SLCC Community Writing Center as a Publications Coordinator, and as Copy Editor for both the SLCC and U of U school newspapers. She has also worked as Literary Editor and Design Editor for the award-winning SLCC Literary Magazine. She does freelance and volunteer editing and publication design and dabbles in web design and photography. Heather’s work has been published under the pen name H.E. Grahame in The Bitchin KitschSLCC Folio, SLCC Anthology and Brave Voices Magazine,  She has also won SLCC’s Chapbook contest in 2015 (memoir) and 2019 (poetry) and been included in Z Publishing House Emerging Poets and Writers series and the 2019 Gay Apparel Queer Holiday Flash Fiction Anthology.

katy-makKathy Mak

Associate Production Manager

Kathy Mak is an occasional writer and artist. Her poetry and creative nonfiction have appeared/are forthcoming in The /tƐmz/ReviewMarías at SampaguitasKissing Dynamite, and What You Need To Know About Me Anthology. Her creative nonfiction has been nominated for Best of the Net. She writes to reflect on her experiences and to explore.

melissa-ramosMelissa Ramos

Associate Production Manager

Melissa Ramos is a writer, proofreader, and aspiring authoress living in Florida. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Tampa, and her work has appeared in Luna Luna Magazine, Quail Bell Magazine, and Siren’s Call Publications. When she isn’t reading fairy tales or ghost stories, she can be found in Starbucks sipping her favorite latte and working on her first novel.

ayva-kunesAyva Kunes

Social Media Manager
Ayva Kunes is a junior creative writing major at Susquehanna University. She lives in Pennsylvania with her family and the four-legged lights of her life, Sophie and Badger. When she is not reading or writing, she also dabbles in photography.

rachel-tannerRachel Tanner

Social Media Manager
Rachel Tanner is an Alabamian writer whose work has appeared in Peach Mag, Longleaf Review, Barren Magazine, and elsewhere. Her forthcoming chapbook, Heal My Way Home, will be published as part of the staff series by Nightingale & Sparrow Press in October 2020. She tweets @rickit.

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