J.L Torres, author of The Family Terrorist and Other Stories, the novel, The Accidental Native, and a poetry collection, Boricua Passport, has published stories and poems in numerous journals and magazines. A Fulbright recipient, he teaches US Literature, Latina/o Literature, and creative writing.
Elizabeth Cohen teaches creative writing. She is the author of The House on Beartown Road, a memoir; The Hypothetical Girl, short fiction; The Silver Bear and the Scalpel, a biography, and four books of poetry. She lives in Plattsburgh with her family.
Kate Moses, author of the internationally acclaimed Wintering: A Novel of Sylvia Plath and Cakewalk: A Memoir, is the recipient of a Lannan Literary Fellowship, the Janet Heidinger Kafka Award, a Prix des Lectrices de Elle, and an American Book Award. She teaches writing and literature at SUNY Plattsburgh.
David Powell, a teacher, artist and illustrator, lives in Underhill, Vermont. His illustrations have recently appeared in One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band, and in Greg Bottoms’ Pitiful Criminals. He has shown his collages, paintings and prints widely and they are in both private and public collections.
Aimée Baker received an MFA in Fiction from Arizona State University. Her work has appeared in journals such as The Southern Review, The Massachusetts Review, Witness, and Black Warrior Review. She is a Visiting Lecturer at SUNY Plattsburgh. Her poetry collection, Doe, won the 2016 Akron Poetry Prize.
Michael Devine publishes widely on everything from poetry to film (in journals such as Adaptation, American Literature, Measure) and his play based on John Berryman’s poetry was featured in the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. He is an Assistant Professor of English at SUNY Plattsburgh.
Michael Carrino holds an M.F.A. in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. He was an English lecturer at the SUNY Plattsburgh, where he was a co-founder and Poetry Editor of the Saranac Review. Since his retirement, he has continued his involvement with the SR. He has published poems in numerous journals and reviews. His six books of poetry include his most recent, Always Close, Forever Careless.
Beth Ann Miller
Beth Ann Miller is a writer, copy editor, adjunct professor, and youth arts program director. She received her MFA in Writing from the University of New Hampshire and is a recipient of the Lex Allen Literary Fiction prize. Her work has appeared in publications such as PANK, Northern New England Review, The Florida Review, and Extracts. Born and raised in Vermont, she has resided in 4 of the 6 New England states, currently fulfilling her childhood dream of living in a little seacoast house in Southern Maine. Photo: Amy Sauber.
Wendy Truong is an ambitious Public Relations and Multimedia Journalism student at SUNY Plattsburgh. She aspires to become a conscious and ethical journalist/CSR - PR specialist in the modern media, publishing, and corporation landscape. She is a world wanderer from Vietnam.
Joaquin Contreras is a freshman at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. Hailing from Oyster Bay, Long Island, he is majoring in Clinical Psychology, and plans on eventually founding his own practice.
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J.L. Torres, Executive Editor
William David Powell, Art Director
Elizabeth Cohen, Editor
Kate Moses, Editor
Aimee Baker, Fiction Editor
Michael Devine, Poetry Editor
Shawna Mefferd Kelty, Drama Editor
Michael Carrino, Associate Poetry Editor
Alexis Levitin, Associate Poetry Editor
Beth Ann Miller, Associate Fiction Editor
William Stratton, Associate Poetry Editor
Ed Lusk, Business Consultant
Joaquin Contreras, Admin. Assistant
Wendy Truong, Admin. Assistant
Karen Bonhomme, Business Assistant
Abraham Makkawi, Business Assistant
Chelsey van der Munnik