Editor in Chief & Fiction Editor
Elizabeth holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Virginia Commonwealth University where she loved teaching composition and research writing. She now works for a Richmond, Virginia marketing agency where she oversees traditional and digital marketing campaigns. Elizabeth is currently editing her own full-length fiction manuscript for publication. Her favorite writers are: Edith Wharton, Ellen Gilchrist, and Flannery O’Connor.
Darren Morris’s poetry has appeared in The American Poetry Review, Best New Poets, The Missouri Review, New England Review, The National Poetry Review, North American Review, Poetry Ireland Review, Raritan, The Southern Review, and others. He earned his BA from the University of Missouri and MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Hannah Huber earned a BA from Hollins University and her MFA in Creative Writing from Queens University. Her work has appeared in The Potomac Review and Home of the Brave, an anthology. She was a reader for Tin House, and a recipient of the University of New Orleans Fiction Award for Study Abroad. She lives on a farm outside Richmond with a pack of dogs and a small herd of horses.