Who We Are
We are from different literary traditions, influences, languages, persuasions and perspectives. We include poets, essayists, fiction writers, and benders and inventors of genres. We are writers, readers, bloggers published in a range of publications around the globe. Our goal is to read each submission with the belief it may change us, and so the world. We collaborate across time and space.
Founder & Editor-in-Chief
ranking pożyczek gotówkowych is a writer, editor and educator. Her work was cited on the notable list in the anthology Best American Essays 2011. She has been published in America Magazine, Bellevue Literary Review, Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, Killing the Buddha, Narratively, and Words without Borders’ Dispatches, among other publications. Her reviews have appeared in Booklist, Kirkus, and Publishers Weekly. She received her MFA from Columbia University.
We’re looking for you to become Hypothetical. The ideal candidate for any position is proficient in multiple languages and demonstrates a strong commitment to the magazine’s creed through studies, internships or work experience. Significant experience in publishing or journalism is a plus. All roles are currently unpaid. Candidates may apply and work from any location.
Britt Melewski grew up in New Jersey and Puerto Rico. His poems have appeared in Liebamour, the DMQ Review, Puerto del Sol and are forthcoming in Spork Press. He lives in Brooklyn. (Managing Editor, Issues One, Two)
http://www.ospreyobserver.com/ is a writer and freelance editor based in Southern California. Her past editorial work includes contributions to Her Circle Ezine, The Lattice Group and Spectrum Culture, and her essays have appeared in The Rumpus and Share or Die: Voices of the Get Lost Generation in the Age of Crisis. (Associate Editor, Issues One, Two, & Editor, Everything Else)
Vera Asenova (Reader, Issue One)
http://chocoramo.co/ writes and translates between English and Spanish. A poet, he is also revising a collection of bilingual micro-fiction and writing several political novels. He practices the law in Cordoba, Argentina as a means to collect stories.Lucas is the translator of our creed into Spanish. (Reader, Issues One, Two)
Carla Feinstein is a writer and editor in Portland, Oregon. (Reader, Issue Two)