Michelle Tudor is a writer and editor from England. She currently serves as the editor of Platypus Press and wildness.
Peter Barnfather is a publisher and freelance book designer.
Nix Thérèse is a sonically-driven poet from New Orleans and MLIS candidate pursuing archival management. They serve as Associate Digital Editor for Fairy Tale Review while enjoying stories as rich as their lipstick.
Andrew Sargus Klein lives and loves and believes in Baltimore, where he is a poet, performer and editor. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in The Offing, Big Lucks, Everyday Genius, and others. His chapbook, Bluemore, was published in 2014.
Joyce Chong is a poet and writer living in Ontario, Canada. Her work can be found in Hypertrophic Literary, Liminality, and Noble Gas Qtrly, among others. Her micro-chapbook, Inventory, is currently available from Ghost City Press.
Reneé Bibby is the director of The Writers Studio, Tucson, where she teaches advanced creative writing workshops. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in PRISM International, Thin Air, Third Point Press, and The Worcester Review.
Hannah Cohen is an MFA candidate at Queens University of Charlotte. Her work has been published in december, Vagabond City, Boston Accent Lit, Severine, and elsewhere. She’s currently writing her first full-length poetry manuscript.
Melissa Mesku is a software engineer and essayist in New York City. She is the founding editor of New Worker Magazine, ➰➰➰, and The Void.
Lyrik Courtney is a college student in Atlanta, A 2018 Winter Tangerine Writing Fellow, and poetry editor for TRACK//FOUR. They are hard at work on their first chapbook.
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Ilana Masad is an Israeli-American writer living in New York. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, Tin House, McSweeney’s, Hobart, and more. She is the founder and host of The Other Stories, a podcast aiming to provide a platform for new, emerging, and struggling fiction writers.
Terry Abrahams is a poet living and writing in Toronto.
Logan February is a happy-ish Nigerian owl who likes pizza & typewriters. He is Co-Editor-In-Chief of The Ellis Review. He is author of How to Cook a Ghost (Glass Poetry Press 2017) & Painted Blue with Saltwater (Indolent Books 2018).
Nicholas Nichols is black and joyful. A poet and photographer from the East New York section of Brooklyn, NY, he is a Watering Hole, Cave Canem and Callaloo fellow. Nicholas is a firm believer that mango anything is the answer.
Yael van der Wouden is a writer and editor from the Netherlands. She holds an MA in Comparative Literature (Utrecht University), and is the co-founder Chaos press. She’s currently working on a collection of short stories about teenage monsters in love.
With thanks to past members of the Wilds and The Weekend Review team: Alexandra d’Abbadie, jayy dodd, Philippe Pamela Dungao, Xandria Phillips and Joy Shan.