Scott H. Andrews,
Editor-in-Chief and Publisher
Scott H. Andrews is a chemistry lecturer, editor, musician, and writer. He was co-Fiction Editor of The William and Mary Review for two years. His literary short fiction won a $1000 prize from the Briar Cliff Review; his genre short fiction has appeared in venues such as Ann VanderMeer’s Weird Tales, Space and Time, and On Spec. He has been a guest instructor at the Odyssey Writing Workshop and will be again in summer 2018. He is a five-time finalist for the World Fantasy Award for his editing and publishing of Beneath Ceaseless Skies.
Scott lives in Virginia with his wife, two cats, nine guitars, a dozen overflowing bookcases, and hundreds of beer bottles from all over the world.
Editorial Assistant, 2016-
Kerstin Hall does not have a cat. She grew up and lives in Cape Town, South Africa. Her fiction has been published by Short Story Day Africa and she has worked as an editor for sub-Q and Type/Cast magazines. She is also a Mandela Rhodes Scholar. At one stage, she had a pet tortoise that bit people.
Editorial Assistant, 2017-
Deirdre Quirk received a BA in Theatre from Reed College. She loves telling and being told stories and currently works in marketing for a publishing company. She lives in Portland, OR, with her wife and dog.
Editorial Assistant, 2019-
Rachel Morris attended UC Berkeley for English, Media Studies, and Creative Writing and UNC Chapel Hill for Library Science. She is a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop and a Pitch Wars mentee. When not reading fantasy, she can be found analyzing media (particularly gothic horror and video games) and writing far too many novels.
Assistant Editor, 2010-2013
Kate Marshall has no bascinet, but she does have the requisite cat. She is a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop and her fiction has appeared in IGMS, Pseudopod, Nossa Morte, and Brain Harvest. She spends her days writing for a video game company in Seattle.
Editorial Assistant, 2013-2017
Nicole Lavigne has a BA in English and Theatre from the University of Ottawa. She still lives in Ottawa with her one cat but considers all of Canada her home after bouncing across the country as a military brat during her childhood. She is a professional storyteller as well as a writer and daylights as an administrative assistant for the government.
Editorial Assistant, 2018-2019
Christine Row prefers not to take the direct path anywhere. She discovered her passion for writing after pursuing degrees in engineering and medicine and is a graduate of the Odyssey Writing Workshop. She lives in New Hampshire, where she regularly reassures her family in the Midwest that she’s not buried in snow.