Christina Thompson is the author of Come on Shore and We Will Kill and Eat You All , which was shortlisted for the 2009 NSW Premier's Prize and the 2010 William Saroyan International Prize for Writing. She is the recipient of a 2015 NEH Public Scholar Award, as well as fellowships from the NEA and the Literature Board of the Australia Council. A regular reviewer for the Boston Globe, she teaches in the Writing Program at Harvard Summer School and Harvard University Extension. She can be found at christinathompson.net.
Major Jackson is the author of four collections of poetry, including Roll Deep (Norton, 2015), which won the 2016 Vermont Book Award, Holding Company (Norton, 2010), Hoops (Norton, 2006), and Leaving Saturn (University of Georgia, 2002), which won the Cave Canem Poetry Prize and was a finalist for a National Book Critics Circle Award. Recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, Pushcart Prize, and a Whiting Writers’ Award, he has been honored by the National Endowment for the Arts, Pew Fellowship in the Arts, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, and the Witter Bynner Foundation. A core faculty member of the Bennington Writing Seminars, he is the Richard A. Dennis Professor at the University of Vermont.
Suzanne Berne's first novel, A Crime in the Neighborhood, won Great Britain's Orange Prize and was a finalist for France's Prix Femina and the Edgar Award for best first novel. She has published three subsequent novels, most recently The Dogs of Littlefield, and a book of nonfiction. The recipient of an NEA fellowship as well as other awards, she has written for numerous national magazines and newspapers, including Vogue, the New York Times, Guardian, Los Angeles Review of Books and Washington Post. For many years she taught writing at Harvard University and now teaches at Boston College.
Julie S. Graham
Visual Arts Editor
Chloe Garcia Roberts
Chloe Garcia Roberts is the author of The Reveal (Noemi Press, 2015) and the translator of Li Shangyin's Derangements of My Contemporaries: Miscellaneous Notes (New Directions, 2014), which was awarded a 2013 PEN/Heim Translation Fund Grant. Her work has appeared in BOMB, Boston Review, A Public Space, and Interim Magazine among others.
Digital Publications Editor
Laura Healy is the translator of Roberto Bolaño's poetry collections The Romantic Dogs (New Directions, 2008), Tres (New Directions, 2011) and The Unknown University (New Directions, 2013). Her translations of Bolaño and other Latin American poets have appeared in the New Yorker, Harper's, Paris Review, the Believer, the Nation, and many other journals. She lives in Providence, Rhode Island and teaches writing at the Harvard Extension School.
M. Rachel Branwen
Alex Camlin is the Creative Director at Da Capo Press in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In addition, he has designed book covers for several other publishers, including Faber & Faber, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Simon and Schuster, and Picador. He has taught courses in book design at Emerson College, and his work has been recognized several times by the AIGA, Print Magazine’s Regional Design Annual, and Bookbuilders of Boston.