Founding Editor: Sean Lynch

Sean Lynch, he/him, is a poet and editor who lives in South Philadelphia. His poems have appeared in journals including Hobart, The Bitchin’ Kitsch, and Drunk Monkeys. He’s on the editorial board of Moonstone Arts Center and serves as the Program Director of the Nick Virgilio Haiku Association. His Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor of choice is Citalopram.

Editor Emiritus: Amber Renee

Amber Renee, she/her, writes from her home in suburban Bucks County, PA. A fool hopelessly in love with the pursuit of psycheverse knowledge, she often writes autobiographically. “Thoughts on This Most Recent Episode” was her 2016 full length collection of self-published poetry ruminating on her thoughts & illnesses. As recently as January 2020 she published a Poetry Picture book “i feel like i’m nothing” available online. Find her on social media @amberreneepoet

Book Review Editor: Kavita Khajuria

Kavita Khajuria, she/her, is a forensic psychiatrist, award winning poet and educator. With over a hundred publications, her work has been published by the Southern California Psychiatric Society, California Psychiatric Association, The Los Angeles Psychologist, Psychiatric Times, Current Psychiatry, the National Commission of Correctional Healthcare and the American Academy of Psychiatry & the Law.

Associate Editor: Sarah Clark

Sarah Clark is a disabled non-binary Native (Nanticoke) editor, writer, and cultural consultant. They are Editor-in-Chief of beestung, Editor-in-Chief at ANMLY, Co-Editor at Bettering American Poetry, a Co-Editor of The Queer Movement Anthology, and a member of Sundress Press’s Board of Directors.

Associate Editor: Pascale Potvin

Pascale Potvin is Editor-in-Chief of Wrongdoing Magazine. She was recently a finalist in The Conium Review‘s 2021 Innovative Short Fiction Contest. She is the author of EROTECAY (LUPERCALIA Press, 2021) and Folktales for the Diseased Individual (2021) and has placed work in Juked MagazineEclectica MagazineGingerbread House Magazine, and many others. She has a BAH from Queen’s University. Find her at or @pascalepalaces (Twitter).

Prose Editor: Susan Triemert

Her collection of essays, Guess What’s Different, will be published in May of 2022 by Malarkey Books. The included themes are mental illness, adoption and grief. She holds an MA in Education and an MFA from Hamline University in St. Paul, MN. Her essays and stories have been published in places like Colorado Review, Gone Lawn, and Pithead Chapel. You can find her work at or on Twitter at @SusanTriemert. Her SSRI of choice is citalopram.

Reader: Chiara Situmorang

Chiara Situmorang is a writer, editor, and admirer of the moon. Her work has appeared in Uncanny Magazine, Crow & Cross Keys, and Perspektif, among others. She lives in Jakarta with her three little poodles. You can find her talking to herself on Twitter @chiarastmrng.