Editorial and Advisory Boards

Photo: ©Bob Adelman Estate

Photo: ©Bob Adelman Estate


Robert Miltner, Editor - Kent State University at Stark, United States

Chad Wriglesworth, Associate Editor - St. Jerome's University at University of Waterloo, Canada

Molly Fuller, Associate Editor - Kent State University, United States

Claire Fabre-Clark, Associate Editor - University of Paris XII, France

Kirsten Lillvis, Associate Editor - Marshall University, United States

Taylor Hatkoski, Web Editor - University of Waterloo, Canada 

Advisory Board

Sandra Lee Kleppe - Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Norway

Vasiliki Fachard - Independent Scholar, Switzerland

James Carver - Writer, Independent Scholar, United States

William Kittredge - Writer, Independent Scholar, United States

Robert Pope, Jr. - University of Akron, United States

G.P. Lainsbury - Northern Lights College, British Columbia, Canada

Randolph Paul Runyon - Miami University of Ohio, United States

Nandita Batra - University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico 

Editorial Board

Ayala Amir - Bar-Ilan University, Israel 

Josef Benson - University of Wisconsin Parkside, United States 

Tamas Dobozy - Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario, Canada 

Jo Angela Edwins - Francis Marion University, United States

John Estes - University of Alabama, United States

Libe Garcia Zarranz - Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Paul Grant - Memorial University Grenfell, Newfoundland, Canada

Tian Lin - Xiangtan University, Hunan, China

Enrico Monti - University Haute-Alsace, Mulhouse, France

Aoileann Ni Eigeartaigh - Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland

Jonathan Pountney - University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Francoise Sammarcelli - University of Paris Sorbonne, France

Angela Sorby - Marquette University, United States

William Wright - Mesa State College, United States

“It's possible, in a poem or short story, to write about commonplace things and objects using commonplace but precise language, and to endow those things—a chair, a window curtain, a fork, a stone, a woman's earring—with immense, even startling power.” 

| "On Writing," Raymond Carver