Brendan Todt – Founder
Benjamin Woodard – Editor-in-chief
Benjamin Woodard is a fiction writer, literary critic, and English professor, and was a Senior Editor at Numéro Cinq Magazine. His book reviews regularly appear in Publishers Weekly, Kenyon Review Online, and journals nationwide. Find him at benjaminjwoodard.com or @woodardwriter.
Liz Ann Young – Poetry Editor
Liz Ann Young is a poet and person living in the mountains of Montana with two cats and two dogs. She received two BA’s from Michigan State University and an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Summar West – Poetry Editor
Summar West was born and raised in east Tennessee. She received her MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Her poems can be found in a variety of places, including 491, Appalachian Heritage, Appalachian Journal, Ellipsis, New South, Still: the Journal, and Tar River Poetry. She currently lives in northern New York.
Whitney Groves – Fiction Editor
Whitney Groves lives in northern Virginia, where she moonlights as a high school English teacher in order to sustain her writing habit. Her work has appeared in the Georgia Review and One Story.
Cathy Ulrich – Fiction Editor
Cathy Ulrich is a writer from Montana. Her flash fiction has been published in a variety of journals, including Wigleaf, Corium, Monkeybicycle and Jellyfish Review. She was a finalist for Best Small Fictions 2017 and was named to Wigleaf’s Top 50 Very Short Fictions 2017. She can be found on Twitter at @loki_writes.
Emily Arnason Casey – CNF Editor
Emily Arnason Casey’s essays have appeared in Hotel Amerika, the Normal School, the Mid-American Review, the American Literary Review, and elsewhere. She lives in Vermont with her husband and two sons. Find her @emilyarna.
Breana Steele – Assistant Editor
Breana Steele received her undergraduate degree in English from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2014 and her MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts in 2016. Her work has been featured in xoJane and in Sibling Rivalry Press’s recent anthology If You Can Hear This: Poems in Protest of an American Inauguration. She lives in Little Rock, Arkansas, in a house full to the brim with books and pets.
Donald Edem Quist
We are also assisted by a bunch of great readers. They include Sarah Braud and Sarah Kilch Gaffney.