Joanne Raymond loves all things art, all things books and all things creative.
She received a B.A. in Anthropology from SUNY College at Purchase. She went on to pursue a career in book and magazine publishing and earned a Master's Degree in Publishing from Pace University.
Currently she divides her time working as Assistant Publicist at Columbia University Press, and editor of FishFood. She hopes to expand the magazine some day, transforming into a small press, catering to even more of her favored talented underdogs.
You can find Joanne’s chapbook, “Facing the Beast”, on Amazon and other select retailers. Other forthcoming works include “My Dear Melancholia” and “Not Another Love Story”.
Follow her on Instagram - @jackie_bluu.
Herbert Plummer received his undergraduate degree at King's College in Pennsylvania, where he was an editor of the The Scop, the school's literary magazine, and read poetry over the air for the school's radio station, WRKC. He earned an M.A. in British & American Literature from Hunter College, writing his thesis on aesthetics of war in Yusef Komunyakaa's poetry.
Herbert has taken several poetry workshops in the NYC area with various poets, including Jenny Xie. He currently works for Columbia University Press, where he manages subscriptions to research databases, including the Granger’s World of Poetry.
His work is forthcoming in Unbroken Journal and Aethlon. He lives in Hoboken and runs with the Central Park Track Club.