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Hannah Grieco

Fiction Editor

Submissions Editor

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Hannah Grieco is a writer, editor, and education and disability advocate in Arlington, VA. Her work can be found in The Washington Post, The Rumpus, Huffington Post, Hobart, Cotton Xenomorph, Pigeonholes, X-Ray, Lost Balloon, and more. Find her online at www.hgrieco.com and on Twitter at @writesloud.

Amy Freeman
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Amy divides her time between freelance writing and serving as Development Director for The Writer’s Center in Bethesda, MD. Bylines and upcoming work in The Washington Post; Parents.com; HuffPost; Santa Fe Writer’s Project; X-R-A-Y Lit; Furious Gravity, Writers Resist, and Washington Writers Publishing House anthologies; Gargoyle Magazine and, and, and. Find her on Twitter on @FreemanAmyL, or visit her website: AmyLFreeman.com

Assistant Prose Editor

DeMisty D. Bellinger

Poetry Editor

DeMisty D. Bellinger lives and teaches in Massachusetts. Her chapbook, Rubbing Elbows, is available at Finishing Line Press. Some of her recent work can be found in Contrary MagazineOkay Donkey, and The Best Small Fictions: 2019. DeMisty is online at demistybellinger.com.   

Emily James

CNF Editor

Web Design

Emily James is a teacher and writer in NYC. She's widely published in literary magazines, and was the writer of the change.org petition that led to paid parental leave for all NYC Public school teachers in 2017.  She is the recipient of the 2019 Bechtel Prize from Teachers and Writers' Magazine. You can tweet her @missg3rd.

Morgan Bluma

Assistant Prose

and Design Editor

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Morgan Bluma is a senior at American University studying Literature and Journalism. She has a deep passion for the creative arts and hopes to pursue a career within the publishing industry. You can find her on Twitter at @mxrgs_b.

Costa B. Pappas

Intern

Costa B. Pappas is a senior at American University pursuing a degree in journalism and creative writing. His hobbies include writing, reading as much as his time allows, and finding new coffee shops. 

Issue I Photographer: Angie Hedman

Angie Hedman is an artist, writer, and high school art educator who creates and resides in Muncie, IN. She holds degrees from Ball State University in the areas of Fine Arts (Metals), and Art Education. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in Gravel, Superstition Review, Cream City Review, Montana Mouthful, and Spectrum Literary Journal among others. She tweets at @artist_writerAH.