Raluca Albu, senior nonfiction editor, is the online literature editor for BOMB Magazine. Her work has appeared in The Rumpus, The Guardian, Words Without Borders, and others. She’s interested in compelling argumentation and honest takes on how the personal is political. She edits in service of helping writers discover and deliver the best incarnations of their work. You can find her published work at Guernica here.

Jason Arias, illustrator, is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer living in Providence, RI. His work has appeared in The BafflerForeign PolicyMotherboardNewsweek, the New York Times, and Scientific American. You can view more of his work here.

Michael Archer is chief editorial advisor.

Meakin Armstrong, senior fiction editor, is a writer, editor, and screenwriter. For eight years, he worked at The New Yorker. His work has appeared in The Atlantic and many other magazines and journals for fiction and nonfiction. Among his awards, he received a Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference work-study scholarship for fiction and a scholarship to the Summer Literary Seminars. He has been a visiting editor to the Disquiet International Literary Program and is a frequent member of various nominating committees for top literary awards. Meakin is also a contributor to four nonfiction books and two fiction anthologies. You can find him at@meakinarmstrong and on Facebook.

Fran Bigman writes most often about books, art, and reproductive politics. She has a PhD in English from the University of Cambridge and a MA in journalism from NYU, and her editorial experience includes stints at Pantheon/Knopf, Words Without Borders, and Fiction Uncovered. Her work has appeared in New York Review Daily, Washington Post, the Times Literary SupplementLit Hub,Words Without Borders, and You can find her on Twitter at @franbig and Instagram here.

Amy Brady, deputy publisher, is a writer and nonprofit development specialist based in New York City. Her writing has appeared in the Village Voice, the Dallas Morning News, the Los Angeles Review of Books, the Awl, Literary Hub, McSweeney’s, and elsewhere, and she is the senior editor of the Chicago Review of Books. Follow her on Twitter at @ingredient_x.

Hillary Brenhouse, editor at large, is a Montreal-born editor and writer focused on women’s issues and religion. Previously, she was Guernica’s managing and special issues editor, and before that a reporter based out of TIME magazine’s Hong Kong bureau. She has pursued stories in over fifteen countries, and her work has appeared in The New Yorker online, TIME, the Daily Beast, the New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, the Oxford AmericanSlate, and on PRI’s “The World,” among others. You can find her on Twitter.

Elise Burchard, digital editor, is writing and creating in New York City. She received her MFA in fiction at The New School where she also participated in the WriteOn NYC fellowship program. She has published in The Inquisitive Eater, conducted interviews for the National Book Critics Circle, produced sketch comedy on stage, and more. Check out her website or Instagram.

François R. Caron, webmaster, is the founder and principal consultant of Virtua Design, a web design boutique based in Ottawa, Canada. He is a graphic designer, web developer, and teacher. You can follow him on Twitter.

Corinna Cape, managing editor, is the program coordinator for Written Arts and the Center for Experimental Humanities at Bard College. She previously taught in New York City’s District 75 and holds an MS from Pace University’s School of Education.

Catherine Chung, fiction editor, is the author of two novels, The Tenth Muse (Ecco, 2019) and Forgotten Country (Riverhead, 2012). You can find her on Twitter.

Zoe Fenson, copy editor, is a writer and editor based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her writing has appeared in Longreads, Narratively, The New Republic, and elsewhere.

Katie Fricas, illustrator, is a cartoonist and illustrator in New York City.

Matthew Miles Goodrich, digital editor, is a writer and an organizer, working with the populist movement Sunrise to take on fossil fuel billionaires. His favorite book, most days, is The Wind in the Willows. See his writing in The Baffler, Brooklyn Magazine, and Common Dreams. Raised (well, figuratively) in rural Maine, he is nevertheless on Twitter — @mmilesgoodrich.

Phineas Lambert, publisher and director, is a native New Yorker. His writing has appeared in Guernica, The Washington Examiner and The Satirist, among others. He teaches in The New School’s creative writing program, where he earned his MFA, and is Program Director of WriteOn NYC, which provides writing teachers to underserved school children. Phin sits on the Board of Governors for The Schools of Public Engagement at The New School and also holds an MBA from Columbia Business School.

Eryn Loeb, deputy editor, writes about nostalgia, books, and feminism (or some combination of those things) and has appeared in Poets & Writers, Bookforum, The Los Angeles TimesThe Awl, and Vela, among other publications.

Elizabeth Lothian, digital editor, is a writer and editor based in her native Brooklyn. She studied English and creative writing at The George Washington University where she was a recipient of The Vivian Nellis Award. She is a current MFA candidate and Creative Writing Fellow at The New School, where she is at work on her debut memoir. You can find her on Twitter.

KrisAnne Madaus, communications director, is a Brooklyn-based writer and alumna of The New School’s MFA program in creative writing. She conducts interviews for the National Book Critics Circle, and her writing has been published by the Chicago Review of Books’ ArcturusSpring Gun Press, the Same,, Guernica and elsewhere. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

Kelley Deane McKinney is a senior nonfiction editor at Guernica. She is also the communications manager at Public Books and Columbia University’s Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities. She was formerly the associate director of Cabinet magazine.

Sarah Madges, copy editor, is a Brooklyn-based writer who holds an MFA from The New School, where she won the 2016 Chapbook Contest for Nonfiction. She has contributed to The RumpusThe Seventh WaveA Shadow Map: An Anthology by Survivors of Sexual Assault (CCM Press), and the Village Voice (RIP)She co-runs Same Page Reading Series and is writing her first literary memoir. She tweets here.

Mickie Meinhardt, community manager, is a Brooklyn-based writer of many things and host of literary events around New York City, including the writer’s variety show Same Page. She conducts interviews for Guernica, has written for The Bitter Southerner, Eater, The Seventh Wave, and General Assembly, among others, and writes a weekly e-newsletter called The Interwebs Weekly. She holds an MFA from The New School, where she was a Creative Writing Fellow. You can find her most places on the Internet @mickiemyheart.

Marisa Nakasone, art director, works at Harper’s Magazine, and was a curatorial fellow at the Yale University Art Gallery.

Regan Penaluna, senior editor, is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn. She is the former editor-at-large at Nautilus Magazine. A feature she wrote was listed in The Atlantic Monthly as one of “100 Exceptional Works of Journalism” from 2015. You can follow her on Twitter here.

Erin Perfect, illustrator, is, among other things, a freelance illustrator and photographer living in Providence, Rhode Island. To see more examples of her work go here.

Ben Purkert is the author of For the Love of Endings (Four Way Books, 2018). His poems, essays, and book reviews appear in The New Yorker, Tin House Online, AGNI, Kenyon Review, Ploughshares, and elsewhere. A former New York Times Fellow at NYU, he currently teaches at Rutgers.

Rachel Riederer, editor at large, is a writer and editor based in Brooklyn. Her essays and journalism focus on science, culture, and environmental justice. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, Tin House, Mother Jones, Best American Essays, and others. She hails from Kansas City, and tweets here.

Meara Sharma, contributing editor, is a writer, editor, and radio producer whose interests include human ecology, religion, and cultural memory. She has reported from India, Liberia, and Rwanda and has contributed to the New York Times, NPR, Matador, WNYC’s On the Media, and elsewhere. You can find her published work at Guernica here.

Autumn Watts, fiction editor, has an MFA in fiction from Cornell, and lives in Ankara, Turkey. Her work has appeared in Guernica, AGNI Online, and Indiana Review, among others, and she is the co-editor of Constructing Qatar: Migrant Narratives From the Margins of a Global System. She is currently finishing a collection of oral Qatari folktales.

Ed Winstead, editor in chief, is a writer and editor based in Brooklyn. His work has appeared in the New York Times, BOMB, the Oxford AmericanInterviewThe RumpusLiterary Hub, and elsewhere. You can follow him on Twitter, and find his published work at Guernica here.

Tana Wojczuk, contributing editor, has written for The New York Times, GuernicaViceTin House, The Believer, Apogee, Narrative, Lapham’s Quarterly, Pen America, Paste Magazine, The Rumpus, Opium and Bomb where she was a film columnist. Her essay “The Way of the Gun” was a finalist for the Gulf Coast Nonfiction Prize and her work has been recognized by the Helene Wurlitzer foundation and Academy of American Poets. She received her MFA from Columbia University where she was a teaching fellow. She was a lecturer and course co-director at Columbia and now teaches writing at NYU.

Erica Wright, senior poetry editor, is the author of the poetry collections All the Bayou Stories End with Drowned (Black Lawrence Press) and Instructions for Killing the Jackal (Black Lawrence Press). Her poems have appeared in Denver Quarterly, Gulf Coast, New Orleans Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. Her latest novel is Famous in Cedarville (Polis Books).


Alex Carp is a research editor at The New York Times Magazine. He has contributed to The New Yorker, New York Magazine, The Believer, and elsewhere.

Katherine Dykstra has published essays in the Washington PostCrab Orchard ReviewShenandoahGulf CoastPoets and Writers, The Common and others. Her work was included in both the 2015 and the 2016 notables section of Best American Essays. This year she was flagged by Creative Capital as an “artist to watch” for her nonfiction book in progress, What Happened to Paula O., which is forthcoming from W.W. Norton. Follow her @dykstra_k.

Jonathan Lee is a British writer living in New York. His latest novel is High Dive, a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection and a New York Times Editors’ Choice. It is published in the US by Alfred A. Knopf, in the UK by William Heinemann, and is available in eight languages.

Jina Moore spent nearly a decade working in Africa as an award-winning print and radio journalist. Since 2014, she’s been the Global Women’s Rights Reporter for BuzzFeed News.

Ann Neumann, a nonfiction contributing editor, is author of The Good Death: An Exploration of Dying in America (Beacon, 2016). Her work has appeared at Harper’s Magazine, Virginia Quarterly ReviewThe New York TimesThe Baffler, and elsewhere. Find her on Twitter at @otherspoon. You can find her published work at Guernica here.

Dan Sheehan is an Irish fiction writer, journalist, and editor. His writing has appeared in The Irish TimesThe Los Angeles Review of BooksTriQuarterlyWords Without BordersElectric Literature, and numerous other publications. He lives in New York, where he is currently working for Literary Hub and is a recipient of the 2016 Center for Fiction Emerging Writers Fellowship. His debut novel, Restless Souls, will be published in 2018 by Weidenfeld & Nicolson. You can find his published work at Guernica here.


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Katherine Rowland, a board member, is the former publisher of Guernica. A nonprofit strategist with a background in public health and journalism, her essays and reporting have appeared in Nature, the Financial TimesOnEarth, Aeon, Psychology Today and Guernica, among other outlets. Her book, THE PLEASURE GAP: AMERICAN WOMEN AND THE UNFINISHED SEXUAL REVOLUTION will be published by Seal Press in 2020.