EDITORIAL TEAM

Alex Gregor: Founding Editor, Translator

Alex Gregor is a writer, editor & instructor currently living in Rome, Italy. He is one of the founding editors of OOMPH! Press and was previously the curator of the DIRTY SOUTH reading series in Atlanta, Georgia. His chapbook, FAUCET, was selected as a finalist for The Atlas Review Chapbook Series (2015). His work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Fanzine, Real Pants, NOÖ, EntropyDeer Bear Wolf and elsewhere. He has a MA in English from Georgia State University. You can find excerpts of his writing online.

 

Daniel Beauregard: Founding Editor, Translator

Daniel Beauregard is a writer and editor currently living in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His work has appeared in The Fanzine, JellyfishILKSmoking Glue Gun, and elsewhere. He has two chapbooks of poetry available: Before Your Were Born (421 Atlanta) and HELLO MY MEAT (Lame House Press). Follow him on Twitter @666ICECREAM.

 

Evan Leed: Assistant Editor, Leading Translator

Evan Leed is a writer and filmmaker currently based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His play “Calicut” was performed as part of the 2011 New Paltz New Plays festival and his writing has appeared in Shabby Doll House, Thought Catalog, and Internet Poetry.

 

Laura Theobald: Book Designer

Laura Theobald has lived in various places in the South, grew up in the Florida Keys, and currently lives in New Orleans. Her first full length book of poetry is What My Hair Says About You from the Montreal-based small press publisher Metatron (2016). Her chapbooks are Edna Poems (Lame House, 2016), The Best Thing Ever (Boost House, 2015), and Eraser Poems (H_NGM_N, 2014). She completed her MFA in Poetry from LSU in 2016, and has served as an editor and book designer for a number of small press publishers. She is currently a book designer for BOAAT and OOMPH!, and a freelance editor and book designer. Her recent poems have appeared in The WandererSink ReviewHobartPinwheelWitch Craft MagazineThe Atlas ReviewEveryday GeniusBlack Warrior Review, and other places. 

 

Benjamin Keoseyan: Social Media Manager

Benjamin Keoseyan is a poet and student of philosophy currently living in Los Angeles, CA. He studied Hispanic literature at Pepperdine University. He is particularly interested in the poetry of the Generación de '27 in Spain, the history of aesthetic thought, and the theology of the Orthodox icon. He studied jazz trumpet at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.