Editors

Hannah Kludy, Co-Managing Editor, attends the Creighton University MFA program. She earned her BA in Creative Writing and Publishing at Northwest Missouri State University. Her work has been published in the Northwest Missourian and Medium Weight Forks, Surcarnochee Review, Red Mud Review, Broad Magazine, Unlikely Stories, The Progenitor, Drunken Monkeys, Five on the Fifth, Adanna Literary Journal and The Bitchin’ Kitsch. She has also been published, and won the fiction prize in, Cardinal Sins Journal.

Hannah Clark, Co-Managing Editor, is an MFA candidate in Poetry at Creighton University who enjoys live music, lovely words, and local food. She moved to Omaha after studying theatre and English at Chadron State College and has been featured in such journals as Belletrist, The Gordian Review, and Rootstalk.

Aaron Scobie, Fiction Editor, is an MFA candidate studying poetry at Creighton University. He received his Bachelors in English Literature and his minor in Creative Writing from Auburn University. He enjoys looking for odd this to fixate on and write about. A current example is bathrooms. He has been published in The Free State Review and has a chapbook published through The Independent’s Book Project. He spends his days enjoying his time with his wife and their soon-to-be son.

Katherine Tidwell, Poetry Editor, is an MFA candidate at Creighton University. She earned her degree in English Literature from Auburn University in Auburn, AL. She loves her husband, the human she’ll birth in February 2019, and every animal who has ever lived. Katherine writes poetry and lyrical essays.

Ben Talarico, Nonfiction Editor, is an MFA candidate in Creative Writing at Creighton University. With a degree in Film Production from Full Sail University and another in English from Northern Michigan University, Ben has written and edited articles and books on international films and directors. When not enjoying a good movie or spin on a Linux distro, he can found writing garbage poetry, mediocre short stories, mildly entertaining screenplays, or else shouting at his television for not helping the Packers, Red Wings, Pistons, Spartans, or Tigers.

Bryce Deline, Fiction Reader, SJ is a Jesuit brother originally from Tacoma, WA.

Malaz Ebrahim, Fiction Reader, is an MFA candidate at Creighton University. She earned a BS in Psychology from the University of Minnesota. Now living in Omaha, she spends most of her time writing literary fiction. Malaz loves local coffee shops, her dog, and rock climbing.

 

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