Publisher and Executive Editor
Marc Vincenz is the author of ten books of poetry; his latest are Becoming the Sound of Bees (Ampersand Books, 2015), Sibylline (Ampersand, 2016) and The Syndicate of Water & Light (Station Hill, 2018). He is also the translator of Romanian, French and German-language poets including Herman Hesse Prize winner Klaus Merz, Werner Lutz, Maram al-Masri, Erica Burkart, Ion Monoran, Alexander Xaver Gwerder and Jacques Chessex, and has published many books of translations—the latest are Secret Letter by Erica Burkart and Lifelong Bird Migration by Jürg Amann. His translation of Klaus Merz’s Unexpected Development is forthcoming from White Pine Press. His novella, Three Taos of T’ao, or How to Catch a White Elephant, is soon to be released by Spuyten Duyvil. He has received grants from the Swiss Arts Council and a fellowship from the Literarisches Colloquium Berlin. Recent and forthcoming publications include The Nation, Ploughshares, Solstice, The Common, World Literature Today, Notre Dame Review and Raritan. His own work has been translated into several languages.
F. J. Bergmann
F.J. Bergmann, also Copy Editor at MadHat Press, once lived in Paris, France. She presently resides in Wisconsin, officiates as editor of Star*Line, the journal of the Science Fiction Poetry Association, poetry editor of Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, and is also a copy editor at Right Hand Pointing. Further manifestations occur at fibitz.com.
Associate Acquisitions Editor
Alex Cigale’s poems have appeared in Colorado, Green Mountains, North American, Tampa, and The Literary Reviews, and online in Asymptote, Drunken Boat, and McSweeney's. His translations from the Russian are in Cimarron Review, Inventory, Literary Imagination, Modern Poetry in Translation,New England Review, PEN America, Two Lines, and World Literature Today. He is on the editorial boards of CŒUR journal, MadHat Annual, St. Petersburg Review, and Verse Junkies. From 2011 until 2013, he was an Assistant Professor at the American University of Central Asia in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
Associate Editor for Criticism and Non-Fiction
Robert Archambeau’s books include the poetry collections Home and Variations and The Kafka Sutra and the studies Laureates and Heretics and The Poet Resigns: Poetry in a Difficult World, among others. He teaches at Lake Forest College.
Associate Poetry Editor
Joe Green was born in 1948 in Coatesville, Pennsylvania and yet lives. He is the author of three books of poetry: The Dark Bark: Poetry and Song of Rin Tin Tin, The Diamond at the End of Time, and (with Tim Smith) The Limerick Homer and has also written one 2.7 pound novel: The Chains of the Sea. He has poems published in Fulcrum, The Battersea Review and some other places and many of his poems have been translated into Russian.
F. J. Bergmann
F.J. Bergmann, also Managing Editor at MadHat Press, once lived in Paris, France. She presently resides in Wisconsin, officiates as editor of Star*Line, the journal of the Science Fiction Poetry Association, poetry editor of Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, and is also a copy editor at Right Hand Pointing. Further manifestations occur at fibitz.com.
Shirley Harshenin lives in beautiful British Columbia, Canada. She has been Mad Hatters' Review's web editor since its debut issue in 2005. Visit her web design site: Nut-Head Productions.
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