WILLIAM BUCKLEY, PhD, FOUNDING EDITOR

William Buckley is a retired Indiana University Northwest professor and a poet
whose work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, the most honored literary
project in America. He also is the founder and editor of Plath Profiles, an online
journal of interdisciplinary studies on Sylvia Plath, originally founded during his
time at Oxford University in the UK.

ROBERT ERIC SHOEMAKER, SENIOR POETRY EDITOR

Dr. Robert Eric Shoemaker is a poet and interdisciplinary artist. Eric holds a Ph.D. in
Humanities from the University of Louisville and an MFA in Creative Writing &
Poetics from Naropa University. Eric works in magical poetics, queer theory and
poetry, public history, translation, and gender and sexuality. Eric has released three
books: Ca'Venezia (2021), We Knew No Mortality (2018), and 30 Days Dry (2015).
Other work has been seen with Rattle, Transom, Plath Profiles, Signs and Society,
Asymptote, Jacket2, Entropy, Gender Forum, Exchanges, Columbia Journal,
Bombay Gin, and others. Eric is the Digital Archive Editor at the Poetry Foundation.
Follow him at reshoemaker.com and find him on social media @Robert.E.Shoe.

DOLORES BATTEN, SENIOR ESSAY EDITOR

Dolores Batten is an English Lecturer at Eastern Florida State College. She holds an
M.A. in Literature and Language from St. Mary's University in San Antonio, TX, and
is an active member in both the Sigma Tau Delta English Honors Society as well as
the National Society for Leadership and Success. With over 9 years of experience in
the teaching profession, her current plans now include pursuing a PhD in Texts and
Technology through the University of Central Florida.

KATHLEEN QIU, LAYOUT EDITOR

KATHLEEN QIU is a Los Angeles based costume and graphic designer. She has her
MFA in Costume Design from the Academy of Art University and designs for
various theater and film companies around the San Francisco Bay Area and Los
Angeles. She published her first novel, Glass Domes, under the name Zella Faye
Blanche and is working on her second novel. Follow her work at
www.kathleenq.com and Instagram @kat.jlq.