Kathleen Volk Miller
Kathleen Volk Miller writes essays and fiction, with work in publications such as Salon, The New York Times, and Family Circle. She is a weekly blogger (Thursdays) for Philadelphia Magazine’s Philly Post. She is currently working on My Gratitude, a collection of essays.
Volk Miller is co-editor of Drexel Publishing Group, and an Associate Teaching Professor at Drexel University. Recently, Kathleen Volk Miller was named a Creative Connector by Leadership Philadelphia.
She has spoken at numerous conferences on working with student interns, promoting literary magazines and events, writing for online magazines, running a non-profit organization, and other topics.
Follow her on Twitter @kathyvolkmiller.
Co-editor Marion Wrenn is a media critic and a cultural historian who loves poems, essays and creative non-fiction. She earned her Ph.D. from NYU’s Department of Media, Culture and Communication and has received grants and awards from NYU, the AAUW, and the Rockefeller Archive Center. She is completing her book Inventing Warriors, the story of America’s Cold War initiative to reorient international journalists.
She is also working on Miss Recognition, a collection of essays about media, memory, and the way misrecognition can sometimes lead to deeper knowledge and insight. Her essays have appeared in Poetics, The American Poetry Review, and elsewhere. She has taught writing at Princeton University and currently directs the Writing Program at NYU Abu Dhabi.
Jason Schneiderman is the author of five poetry collections, most recently Hold Me Tight (Red Hen, 2020), and including the forthcoming Self Portrait of Icarus as a Country on Fire (Red Hen, 2024). He edited the anthology Queer: A Reader for Writers (Oxford UP 2016). His poems and essays have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies. His awards include the Emily Dickinson Award, the Shestack Award, and a Fulbright Fellowship. He is longtime co-host of the podcast Painted Bride Quarterly Slush Pile and a guest host for The Slowdown. He is Professor of English at the Borough of Manhattan Community College and teaches in the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College.
Podcast & Web Engineer
Miriam R. Haier