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Meet the Staff

 Jordan BlumFounder & Editor-in-Chief – Jordan holds an MFA in Fiction and he currently teaches at several colleges. Outside of that, he writes about music for several places, including Rock Society Magazine, AXS, The Big Takeover, and Popmatters. He also records his own progressive rock/metal under the pseudonym of Neglected Spoon. His work has appeared or is forthcoming at several places, including The Lit Pub, Subtopian Magazine, FictionBrigade, Connotation Press, Used Furniture Review, Emerge Literary Journal, The Rusty Nail, and The Prague Revue. During his free time, he likes to yell at strangers about how much Genesis sucked in the 1980s.

Spencer Hayes -Co-Founder & Head Editor- When not writing terrible short stories, Spencer toils unappreciated in the bowels of a high-end department store.

200622_171035406281201_100001242281176_422209_3406744_n (1)A.g. Synclair- Editor- A.g. Synclair is an unapologetic pessimist, rule breaker, and rebel without a clue. When he isn’t editing The Montucky Review and serving on the editorial staff of The Bookends Review, he is drinking from glasses that are perpetually half empty and collaborating with his partner in crime, the artist and poet Heather Brager. Despite being extensively published around the globe, he flies under the radar. Deftly.

One comment on “Meet the Staff

  1. If you see anything on my site you would like to publish please let me know. I invite you to check out my short story collection.
    Thanks

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