Today we’re meeting the head genre editors!
These talented folx are in charge of maintaining the submission logs of their specialty, organizing the submissions, and leading reader discussions. They’re also responsible for editing, author revisions, proofreading, and work in conjunction with the Managing Editor to communicate with authors and artists.
Bryce Riegel is our Fiction Editor
Bryce presides over the brilliant fiction crowd.
Bryce Riegel moved to San Francisco 7 years ago for school (with a B.S. in biochemistry with a physics minor). He’s now a carpenter and spends most of his time remodeling houses and apartment buildings in the city. In his free time he’s either writing short stories or reading them.
Kriz Natalie Monrose is our Nonfiction Editor
Kriz Natalie, excited to get to work on the Non-Fiction pieces
Kriz Natalie Monrose is your Transgender gender fluid non-fiction editor! Thank you for reading this blog. She likes all animals, especially cats and snakes! She’s looking for a husband. To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kevin Cosby is our Poetry Editor
Kevin Cosby lives and works in San Francisco. He recently #####%%&&
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Meredith Brown and Lulu Samuel are our joint Visual Arts Editors
Lulu (front) and Meredith (back)
Lucretia Rhys Samuel is a Visual Arts Editor on this edition of Forum. She is a poetry-writer and a zine-maker residing in the Richmond District of San Francisco. She is currently studying Creative Writing and Visual Media Design at CCSF, working at the San Francisco SPCA, and spending too many hours hogging the xerox machine at the public library publishing her own zines.
Meredith gave me an actual picture!
Meredith Brown is a lifelong learner from Tracy, CA. She believes in empathy, art and science.