Meet The Editors
Editor-in-Chief + Resident Tweeter
Jasmine Williamson lives in Cincinnati, Ohio with her two children, three cats, two guinea pigs, and a tortoise. She holds a BA in Anthropology and an MA in Creative Writing from Northern Kentucky University, where she now works as an admin in the English Dept. Her work has appeared in Literary Mama, Hearth and Coffin, JNCO Poser, and Daily Drunk Mag and is forthcoming in Sledgehammer Lit and Selcouth Station. She also reads for CutBank Literary Journal.
Jen Fischer Davis
Assistant Editor + Aspiring Overachiever
Jen Fischer Davis earned both her BA and MA from Northern Kentucky University, where she now works as an academic advisor. Publishing credits include a collage essay in McSweeney’s and poetry in Rust + Moth, Whale Road Review, Door is a Jar, Licking River Review, and others. Her poem “Friday Night Jesus” was long-listed for the 2019 Over the Edge New Writer of the Year award, and she was a 2018 Best of the Net nominee for her poem “The room is dark when I wake up this morning” from Eclectica. She recently completed her first chapbook and is anxiously awaiting her submission rejections.
Assistant Editor + Mediocre Website Builder
Maggie Fulmer is a writer from Kentucky with a passion for creative nonfiction and poetry. She received her BA in Journalism and MA in English from Northern Kentucky University. Her work has been featured or is forthcoming in Atlas+Alice, Dime Show Review, The Coil, Ice Lolly Review, Sledgehammer Lit and Bullshit Literary Magazine. She can be found on most corners of the internet talking about boybands, books, and reality television.
Assistant Editor + De Facto Court Jester
Nik Moore received a BA and MA in English from Northern Kentucky University where they focused on creative writing and queer theory. Nik has published sparsely in Loch Norse Magazine, The Finger Literary Journal, and on Feminine Collective. Now living in Missoula, Nik studies poetry, teaches college writing, and serves as reader and factotum for CutBank Literary Journal at the University of Montana. Despite the relocation, Nik remains a lifelong Kentuckian and professional middle child.
Alexander Walz earned his BA and MA in English from Northern Kentucky University. Though an avid writer of fiction, he’s shifted to writing creative non-fiction in recent months, with a capstone project focusing on food, cooking, and its intersections in his life. Alex is currently working on a local restaurant and food blog for the Cincinnati area and the surrounding region, and seeks to publish works on food, travel, and everything in between.