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Juliette SebockJuliette Sebock

Founding Editor (she/her)

Juliette Sebock (she/her) 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), Plight of the Pangolin (2020), Three Words (2020) and Boleyn (2020), with work forthcoming or appearing in a wide variety of publications. 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 via her website or across social media.

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Marcelle NewboldMarcelle Newbold

Managing Editor

Marcelle Newbold’s poetry explores place and inheritance.  Pushcart Prize nominated and winner of the Poetry in the Arcades competition in 2020, her poems have been published in online and print magazines, and in recent anthologies by Black Bough Poetry, Maytree Press, and Indigo Dreams. She lives in Cardiff, Wales, where she trained as an architect. Linktr.ee: marcellenewbold

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Alina MelnikAlina Melnik

Head Curator

Alina Melnik is a writer from the Pacific Northwest. She loves literature and art and enjoys exploring how the two can intersect.

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Rebecca YongRebecca Yong

Head Poetry Editor

Rebecca is a student from Singapore. She loves reading, writing, and discovering music to add to her playlists. When she’s not busy studying, she enjoys art, dancing, and exploring new places.

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Paige LalainPaige Lalain

Head CNF Editor

Paige Lalain is a Best of the Net-nominated essayist and professional editor based in Michigan’s thumb. She has a degree in creative writing with a specialization in literary nonfiction from Oakland University. A Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes (CWTP) practitioner, Paige has guest lectured in a master’s program and held workshops with people in the U.S. and abroad. Paige’s passion is helping others write, reflect on, take pride in, and make peace with their personal narratives.

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Fija Callaghan

Head Fiction Editor (she/her)

Fija Callaghan is a storyteller who writes poetry, love letters, and fiction that can be found in a range of literary journals and magazines in print and across the web. You might see her sitting in a café with a notebook, sunning on the docks of the Portobello Canal, or looking out at the sea and wondering what it would be like to have fins.

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Prithiva SharmaPrithiva Sharma

Poetry Editor

Prithiva is a poet in the making. She is an editor at Teen Belle Mag, a blog contributor at Intersections Lit Mag and a columnist at Headcanon Mag. She has a special love for villanelles and horror movies. Her work, which has appeared in Lihaaf journal, Wellington Street Review, Vagabond City Lit and The Confessionalist Zine, among others, can be found at                                 https://campsite.bio/prithuwu and she writes frequently on at Instagram @prithuwu.

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Rebecca HarmonRebecca Harmon

Fiction Editor (she/her)

Rebecca Harmon is a recent graduate of Utah State University with a degree in English. Besides writing, Rebecca enjoys dancing in her kitchen, hammocking with her husband, and eating copious amounts of popcorn. Her goal in life is to inspire people for good.

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Scout RouxScout Roux

Fiction Editor

Scout Roux is a Wisconsin writer of fiction and poetry. Their work can be found in Wild Roof Journal, Passengers Journal, and Barstow & Grand, among others. They live a quiet life of pancake flipping and transcription with their partner and two cats. Tweets @scoutroux

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Angelina Hope Angelina Hope

Social Media Strategist

Angelina Hope is a twenty-two-year-old English major undergraduate in their last year at college in hopes of becoming an author. Their favorite activities involve writing, sewing, exercising, reading, and sketching. They have two cats that they adore to high heavens.

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