Our overworked minions…
Christy Miron – editor – is a writer, grammarian, copy editor, and voracious consumer of books. She writes under a pseudonym, and so we cannot disclose where she has been published (it’s a 007 sort of thing). She fancies herself an apt DIY-er and recently converted an unused bedroom into a library. Her husband does not know whether to be relieved that her books may be somewhat contained or apprehensive that MORE books are coming. She would reassure him, but she’s trying to figure out where she can fit another set of shelves.
Dave Morehouse – founding editor – writes music, poetry, and short fiction. Recent work has been published in Every Day Fiction, Black Denim Lit, Stymie Journal, Black Heart Magazine, Every Day Poets, Blink Ink, Gyroscope Review, and various online and print journals. In spare moments he plays fiddle and concertina by Lake Superior at the northern tip Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Elizabeth Stark – art director – is a self-professed grammar nerd, modern-day nomad (currently calling Korea home), and veritable crazy-cat-lady-in-the-making (so say her two teens and husband of 22 years). She is a recent design graduate, but still considers herself a student struggling to tame the wild beast that is the Adobe Creative Suite. When able to distract her internal editor, she pens short fiction, then finds a million perfectionistic reasons not to submit (yet still found her way to publication somehow). Her favorite pastimes are working in pajamas, obsessing over commas, and watching True Crime dramas.
Jennifer Courtney – fiction editor – (jl courtney) is the aging mother of three children, two dachshunds, and a cat named Schrödinger. She has been published at Postcard Poems and Prose, Page & Spine, Black Heart Magazine, and many others.
Kerry E.B. Black – First reader is a long-time admirer of PP&P, Kerry E.B. Black joins the ranks with enthusiasm. Kerry lives in an encroaching swamp outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with her husband, four of their five children, and their menagerie. She believes in the magic of the every day, in miracles and angels and fairies and all such beauty, because these things make the world much more palatable.