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Sheryl Monks, Editor

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Sheryl Monks is the Writer-in-Residence at Salem College. Previously, she was the co-owner and editor of Press 53, an independent literary publisher which she helped to establish in Winston-Salem, NC. She holds an MFA in creative writing from Queens University of Charlotte. Her collection of stories All the Girls in France was a finalist for the 2013 Hudson Prize sponsored by Black Lawrence Press. Her fiction has earned a Northwest NC Regional Artist’s Project Grant and the Reynolds Price Short Fiction Award. Work has appeared in The Butter, Revolution John, Black and Grey Magazine, The Greensboro Review, Pine Hills Review, the Writer’s Chronicle, Midwestern Gothic, Night Train, storySouth, RE:AL–Regarding Arts and Letters, Backwards City Review, Southern Gothic online, Surreal South, Fried Chicken and Coffee, and elsewhere.
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Antonios Maltezos, Editor

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Antonios Maltezos studied at Concordia University. He is an associate editor of Vestal Review. His fiction has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and has appeared in Night Train, Smokelong Quarterly, [PANK], Foundling Review, Storyglossia, Verbsap, Dogzplot, Thieves Jargon, Slingshot Magazine, Ink Pot, Skive Magazine, Mad Hatter’s Review, Pequin, Per Contra, Story Garden, WordRiot, LITnIMAGE, Underground Voices, Cezanne’s Carrot, Pindeldyboz, Flashquake, Elimae, Eclectica, Hobart, and many other journals and mags. When he isn’t running a tavern-style kitchen near Montreal, Quebec, he is working on a collection of short fiction, Setting Fires, and a novel, A Train Runs Through Here, told entirely through flash.
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Laurel Dowswell, Features Editor (Photo: Mary Bolton)

Laurel Dowswell, Features Editor

 

Laurel Dowswell walks in the woods every chance she gets. She was raised and educated in Florida, but landed in Santa Fe, NM, as a copy editor for an independent feminist newspaper. She likes porches, wine, and songs with guitar solos, particularly if they come together and sit for a spell. She resides in Atlanta, Georgia, with her son, and is currently working on a novel filled with oil paintings, family drama, and the spectrum of sexuality. (Photo: Mary Bolton)

 

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Chelsei Crotteau, Social Media Assistant

Chelsei Crotteau, Social Media Assistant

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Chelsei Crotteau is a 2015 Creative Writing and Communication graduate of Salem College. She has experience in copyediting, media management, physical and digital organization, and social media. She enjoys flirting with photography and blackout poetry. In conjunction with being a contributing writer, photographer, and WordPress Editor for The Salemite, the voice of Salem College, she was Copy Editor for the college yearbook, Sights & Insights, and Assistant Editor for the campus literary magazine, IncunabulaHer interests include obsessive organizing, photography, yoga, superhero comics and movies, and blogging.
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Emily Ramser, Editorial Assistant

 

Emily Ramser is an undergraduate studying English, Creative Writing, and Religion at Salem College in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Arts in English and Creative Writing, and is expected to graduate in May of 2017. Some of her inspirations include Thornton Wilder, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Bhanu Kapil, Andrea Gibson, Gabriel Gudding, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Gail Simone, and Alfred Lord Tennyson. Check out her black out poetry collection I Forgot How to Write When They Diagnosed Me. You can find more of her work at her blog.

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Shannon Henesy, Editorial Assistant

Shannon Henesy, Editorial Assistant

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Shannon Henesy is preparing to enter her third year at Salem College studying English and Creative Writing. She is on track to graduate with honors in the spring of 2017, and hopes to continue her studies and eventually obtain her doctorate in English. She has been published in the school’s literary magazine, Incunabula, each year since her enrollment. When she is not doing schoolwork, Shannon tutors other students at Salem’s Writing Center, writes her own poetry, and tries to find the time to read novels that are not assigned for class.

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Contact Us

Please use Submittable for all submissions. For general inquiries, email us.
Write to Sheryl here:  sherylmonks@changesevenmag.com
Write to Chelsei here: chelseicrotteau@changesevenmag.com
Write to Emily here: emily.r.ramser@gmail.com

 

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