Masthead: Pine Row Editorial Board
Hank Hudepohl, Editor and Founder
A native of Kentucky, Hank Hudepohl graduated from Harvard, served in the US Navy, and earned an MFA from Hollins University in Virginia, where he also taught creative writing. He has published a book of poetry, The Journey of Hands, and he recently completed the manuscript for his second book, Riverbank. His work has appeared in literary journals and magazines, and has been featured on the NPR show The Writer’s Almanac. He now lives with his family in Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Founding Editorial Board
MAWI SONNA is both a Kansan and an MA student in Creative Writing at Kansas State University, where she teaches undergraduates and works as a Poetry reader for Touchstone Literary Magazine. Her interests include Asian American Literature, Spanish American Poetry, and Art, particularly papermaking and printmaking. She enjoys planning new adventures and hopes to pursue an MFA in the future.
A Lambda Literary fellow, MICHAEL CHANG (they/them) was awarded the Kundiman Scholarship at the Miami Writers Institute. A finalist in contests at the Iowa Review, BOMB, NightBlock, & many others, their poems have been nominated for Best of the Net. Their manuscript <big shot manifesto> was selected by Rae Armantrout as a finalist for the Fonograf Editions Open Genre Book Prize, & another was a finalist in the Diode Editions Book Contest.
ANDREW HUTTO currently lives in Louisville, Kentucky, where he is under consideration for graduate teaching assistantships for an MA in English. His interest centers around 17th century English poetics and the relationship between the commonwealth’s politic-linguistic response to the New World. He finds joy in watching squirrels cross the sidewalk. For more information: www.andrewhutto.org
KATHLEEN FIELDS (She/Her) is a secondary English teacher, TED ED Innovative Educator, Co Founder of The Women’s Education and Chicagoan. Kathleen graduated from St. Norbert College and holds an MA in Literature from Northwestern University. Kathleen is a three time National Endowment for the Humanities teacher fellow and participated in the Kenyon Review’s Summer Writing Workshop. Her work is featured in a wide variety of publications such as The New York Times, Chicago History Museum, Louisa May Alcott Orchard House, and New Scriptor Journal. Kathleen enjoys poetry that illuminates the everyday human experience through an earnest and candid voice.
AMANDA IACAMPO is a poet and high school English teacher from the small state of Rhode Island. She has a BAS in Secondary Education and English, and an MFA in Creative Writing from Salve Regina University, in Newport, where she previously served as Executive Editor of The Willow. Amanda spends her free time exploring the city of Providence and attending open mics, kayaking in the summer, and writing ekphrastic poetry on surrealist artwork. Follow her adventures at amandaiacampo.com
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