EDITOR IN CHIEF // Annika Inampudi is an eighteen year old author from Basking Ridge, New Jersey. Her writing has been nationally recognized by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards and the National Council of Teacher's of English. In 2020, she was selected to participate in the Adroit Journal Summer Mentorship Program for her work in fiction writing. You can read her first book, Devotion, here. She will be attending Harvard University this fall.
MANAGING EDITOR // Ari Lohr is a wannabe-astronaut-turned-poet attending university in Boston, MA. A Brave New Voices semifinalist and Slamlandia grand slam finalist, his work appears in Kalopsia Lit, the Incandescent Review, Interstellar Lit, and more. He is also the managing editor for the Bitter Fruit Review and the editor-in-chief of the Jupiter Review. Ari can be found at arilohr.com and @i.o.jupiter on Instagram.
POETRY EDITOR // Ivi Hua is a dreamer, writer, and poet based in the United States. She has a deep love for the sea and the sky, and you can find her @livia.writes.stories on Instagram.
POETRY EDITOR // Rebecca McMinn is an English and Creative Writing graduate from in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She writes short stories and poetry, and her work has appeared in The Jumble Mag. She is a big fan of semicolons, and tweets about books at @beccamc_
POETRY EDITOR // Evy Shen is a writer from Georgia. Her writing has been published / is forthcoming in Half Mystic Journal, Passages North, the Penn Review, Kissing Dynamite, and Blue Marble Review, among others. It has also been recognized by the National Poetry Quarterly and Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. An ideal day for her is listening to One Direction on a rainy day in her car.
POETRY EDITOR // Sean Wang is currently serving his compulsory national service in Singapore. He writes for the Singapore Film Society and works as an editor for Project Limitless. His poetry has been anthologised in Atelier of Healing and is forthcoming is Fresh Purge Zine. His film photography has been published in FLOAT and En Bloc magazine. Sean loves Wong Kar Wai films and is looking to major in English at university.
POETRY EDITOR // Richard Zhu is a rising senior at the Peddie School in Hightstown, NJ. His work has been recognized nationally in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards and is published in Polyphony Lit, Eunoia Review, and others. He has also been recognized by Temple University and Mercer University. He is an editor-in-chief of the school literary and art magazine Amphion. Richard loves hot oil noodles and Iceland's stunning waterfalls.
PROSE EDITOR // Kaya Dierks is an incoming freshman at Yale University. She is a two-time YoungArts Finalist in Writing and a five-time Scholastic Art & Writing Awards National Gold Medalist. Her stories appear or are forthcoming in The Adroit Journal, SmokeLong Quarterly, GASHER Journal, and elsewhere. An alumna of the Adroit Journal Summer Mentorship Program and the Kenyon Review Young Writers Workshop, she reads for EX/POST and tweets @kayadierks.
PROSE EDITOR // Katie Grierson believes in aliens. She is a 2020 YoungArts Finalist in Novel-Writing, was named a Presidential Scholar in the Arts Semifinalist, and is an alumni of the Adroit Journal Summer Mentorship Program. Besides being prose editor for Lumiere Review and Bitter Fruit Review, she also overuses the em dash and her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Body Without Organs, Dishsoap Quaterly, and The Redlands Review, among others.
PROSE EDITOR // Addie Rahmlow is a teen writer, editor, and student from the Midwest. She enjoys screenwriting, photography and has an obsession with iced tea. Her work has appeared in Interstellar Literary Review and the Write the World Review, among others, and has been recognized by the National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. You can find her at addisonrahmlow.carrd.co. She hopes you're having a wonderful day!
PROSE EDITOR // Matthew Whisker is currently studying for his Masters degree in Creative Writing at the University of Lincoln. He is on the autistic spectrum, and he is passionate about breaking the taboo of mental health through his writing.
PROSE EDITOR // Catherine Xie is a Chinese-American writer living in Weston, CT. All of her pieces mention food to some degree, but she's not sure if it's because she likes the imagery or if she's just always hungry. Her writing is published or forthcoming at The Jellyfish Review, The Incandescent Review, Wrongdoing Magazine, among others. She was born in 2004.