Editor-in-Chief: Stephen Windham
Associate Editor: Anthony Harrington
Associate Editor: Lane Young
Associate Editor: Alice Teeter
Advisor: Dan Veach
Website Design and Administration: BoxArts Design Studio
Logo Designer: Rahne Smith
Major Benefactor (In Memoriam): Joseph David Young
ABOUT THE EDITORS
Stephen Windham, Anthony Harrington and Lane Young are members of the poetry committee of the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center in Atlanta.
Editor-in-Chief Stephen Windham grew up in Alabama and is a graduate of Auburn University. He currently lives in Marietta, Georgia and works in the IT department of a manufacturing company. His self-published poetry chapbook After Words was released in 2012. His poems have been published in Poetry East, Press, The Snake Nation Review, Atlanta Review and elsewhere.
Associate Editor Lane Young (her pen name) has lived in the Atlanta area all of her life except for her four years at Grinnell College in Iowa where she earned a B.A. in English. Her poems have appeared in 360 Degrees, Potpourri, Lilliput Review, MOBIUS, The Sierra Nevada College Review, COVER Magazine, The Journal of Poetry Therapy, bluemilk, and the anthology Java Monkey Speaks (published by Poetry Atlanta) among other publications.
Associate Editor Anthony Harrington was born and raised in Philadelphia where he received a degree in Philosophy from St. Charles Seminary. He has made his home in the Atlanta area for the last four decades. His verse has appeared in Midwest Poetry Review, The Classical Outlook, Western Humanities Review, Light, The Saturday Review, and other magazines. Examples of his verse have been used in textbooks by Robert Wallace and Miller Williams as well as in The Random House Treasury of Light Verse. His poetry volumes include Tersery Versery (Hendricks Publishing, 1982), The Man in the Goodwill Bin (Tinhorn Press, 1987), and From the Attic: Selected Verse, 1965-2015 (Kudzu Editions, 2015).
Associate Editor Alice Teeter, a native Floridian, graduated from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida. She currently resides in Pine Lake, Georgia and works as a graphic designer. Her fifth book of poetry, Mountain Mother Poems, was published by Finishing Line Press in April 2017. She taught beginning an intermediate poetry writing at Emory University for three years. With her spouse Kathie deNobriga, she hosts a monthly art salon in Pine Lake for artists of all kinds. (www.aliceteeter.com)