Trevor Richardson: Editor-in-Chief, Founder, Co-Creator of the Seahorse Rodeo Folk Revival, Author of American Bastards, Rabid Sci Fi Television Watcher.
Erin Deale: Founding member. Manager of events. Photographer, painter, jewelry-maker, graphic designer and big Queen Kahuna of the Revival.
Jeff Costello has been writing in and around the west coast for forty years and has signed on to offer his unique observations about American life, the absurdities of traffic, what he’s seen on the road, life as a musician, and pretty much whatever else he deems worth sharing.
Rachael Johnson, a fresh voice in the Seattle writing scene, offers her regular column “Stuck on Repeat,” which puts a unique spin on current news stories by taking a look back at other moments in history where something similar went down. It’s true what they say, history repeats itself.
Kirby Light, regular writer of ”Pearls for Swine: thoughts from a mad hermit,” is the fictional creation and pen name of Anthropologist Entrepreneur and prolific writer Artimus B. Gon. Kirby Light is both the hero and villain of his own story and others. He’s been telling stories all his life but has been writing for only ten years. Only recently has he started seeing success, mainly with poetry, and you can find his work in the most obscure of places. His hobbies include learning about auto mechanics, fighting Goliath, and Euthanasia.
Andrew Norman is a third year Creative Writing major at Corban University out of Salem, Oregon. A talented musician, Andrew is involved in several groups both on and off campus. When he’s not playing, he’s writing and seeking a broader audience for his work. To that end, Andrew has become our resident music liaison and will offer writeups each issue on what he sees as up and coming. Moreover, Andrew is our graphic design hero and does the majority of the magazine layouts and cover art.
Kristin Roybal — Master of All Things Web Design and a contributor of poetry, fiction and upcoming regular short fiction.