HEATHER BOWLAN, CHAPBOOK EDITOR
Heather Bowlan's poetry has been published or is forthcoming in Gigantic Sequins, BlazeVOX, Chicago Quarterly Review, Nashville Review, and elsewhere. She is the winner of the 4th annual Gigantic Sequins Poetry Contest, a recipient of an Academy of American Poets University Award, and has received fellowships and grants from the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the Vermont Studio Center. When she's not working with the amazing BOAAT chapbook team, Heather is a poetry reader for Raleigh Review.
meg willing, ASSOCIATE CHAPBOOK EDITOR + PDF CHAPBOOK DESIGNER
meg willing is a poet, artist, editor, and book designer. Her poetry and artwork have appeared in Hayden's Ferry Review, Colorado Review, Gigantic Sequins, Mead: The Magazine of Literature and Libations, RINE, and elsewhere. She resides in the foothills of Maine.
CONNOR GROGAN, ASSOCIATE CHAPBOOK EDITOR
Connor Grogan lives in Amherst, Massachusetts where he graduated from Hampshire College & interns for NOÖ Journal. He spends way too much time indoors & has been writing the same poem since the Halloween of 2010. He hopes to one day stop owing so much money. Connor's work has appeared in Diagram.
JESSE STEINMETZ, ASSOCIATE CHAPBOOK EDITOR
Jesse Steinmetz is a graduate of Hampshire College, where he received his B.A. in English and Spanish. While at Hampshire, he was a poetry reader for jubilat, a teacher at the Hampshire County Jail, and in the summer of 2014 he became the first poet laureate of Washington, CT. Currently, Jesse is teaching English in Spain while attempting to learn Catalan. His work is forthcoming from Hobart.
ZACHARY RYAN NOVAK, ASSOCIATE CHAPBOOK EDITOR
Zachary Ryan Novak a writer and artist from Western Massachusetts who has been performing and publishing poetry since he was fifteen years old. He served as the poetry editor for the first three volumes of the (now extinct) art and literature journal Variorum. Most recently, his poetry can be seen in the Albion Review, a national literary journal based in Albion, Michigan, and his recent attempt at visual art - a multimedia collage/dadaist poem titled "In Death"- is currently being displayed at the Savannah College of Art and Design.