Monica Prince is the current managing editor of the SFWP Quarterly. She received her MFA in poetry at Georgia College & State University, and her BA in English Creative Writing at Knox College. Her debut poetry collection, Instructions for Temporary Survival (Red Mountain Press, 2019), received the Red Mountain Press Discovery Award in 2018 for an outstanding first collection. She’s the author of the choreopoem, How to Exterminate the Black Woman ([PANK]Books, 2020) and the chapbook, Letters from the Other Woman (Grey Book Press, 2018). Her work can be found in MadCap Review, Fourth & Sycamore, The Shade Journal, Texas’s Best Emerging Poets, TRACK//FOUR, and others. She teaches activist and performance writing at Susquehanna University. Keep up with her work on her website or follow her on Twitter.
Jacob Dimpsey is a senior creative writing major at Susquehanna University. In addition to working on the Quarterly, Jacob operates as a book reviewer and a content creator for SFWP and 2040 Books.
Veronica Mallen-Luttgens is a sophomore with a triple-major in Creative Writing, Publishing & Editing, and Psychology at Susquehanna University. She writes poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, and enjoys anime and manga.
Sarena Pollock is a senior creative writing major at Susquehanna University. She writes poetry and nonfiction, enjoys crafting comics, and serves as the SU Slam Poetry president. In addition to her work on the Quarterly, Sarena acts as an acquisition editor for SFWP.
Amy Stonestromis a writer and designer from Hudson, WI. For fun, (not really) she and her husband rehab old houses. She is currently a student in Bay Path University’s MFA program. In her spare time (and often in her sleep) she is making travel plans. She currently serves as a copyeditor and marketing assistant for SFWP.
Noelle Thomas is a senior creative writing and publishing & editing double major at Susquehanna University. She writes hybrid work and helps craft the special submission calls for the Quarterly. In addition, Noelle assists the Managing Editor in choosing the final submissions for The Project.
Alaina Walls is a senior creative writing major at Susquehanna University with a minor in film studies. She writes creative nonfiction, poetry, and screenplays. In addition to her work on the Quarterly, Alaina acts as an acquisitions editor for SFWP.