Founding Editor

M. David Hornbuckle teaches high school and college English in Birmingham. He is the author of three books of fiction–most recently the novel The Fireball Brothers (2019, Livingston Press). He owns a banjo.

Associate Editors

Jason R. Kesler lives in Carrollton, Georgia, where he teaches at the University of West Georgia. He has an MFA from the Sewanee School of Letters at the University of the South.
Elizabeth Savage is a high school English teacher with Claes Distinction who writes poetry and dabbles in fiction and is an MFA candidate at the University of the South for the class of ‘20. Elizabeth supports the arts in her hometown of Evansville, Indiana, and volunteers at community and student theater productions in the region.
Laurie Perry Vaughen is a Tennessee poet whose work has been featured at Word of [South] Festival, Georgia Center for the Book, and New Discord. She holds an MFA from the Sewanee School of Letters and has been published in Crab Orchard Review, Birmingham Poetry Review, Cold Mountain, Greensboro Review, and Chattahoochee Review. She works as an editor at Abingdon Press.

Staff Emeritus

Matt Layne
Halley Cotton
Jason Walker
Cheyenee Taylor
Nicole Gibson
Michael Tesney
Dan Townsend
Callie Mauldin