Karen Antonelli

Lead Designer and Website Content Producer Karen Antonelli is an English artist transplanted to Pittsburgh. She holds an MFA from the Visual Arts program of Vermont College, and her work comprises drawing, photography, and digital media. Inspired by artists as diverse as Sally Mann, Thomas Joshua Cooper, Anselm Kiefer, and Cy Twombly, Karen’s work explores the connection between place and memory. Her recent work also draws influence from nineteenth-century collodion photographer Timothy Sullivan.

Savannah Adams

Savannah Adams is a graduate of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's English program. She is a graphic designer who has worked with Braddock Avenue Books since 2015. She has also worked for Heifer International and the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation.



Caleb Alexander-McKinzie

Caleb Alexander-McKinzie is a Junior at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock where he is majoring in English and Legal Studies, and is a member of the William G. Cooper, Jr. Honors Program. Caleb has previously worked in Live Immersive Training for First Responder and Military personnel, and now spends much of his free time volunteering as an advocate for the homeless and LGBT communities in the Central Arkansas area.  

Madison Brown

Madison Brown is a third year student at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. She is an English major with a minor in Linguistics. Madison’s goal after graduation is to pursue a higher education in English through graduate school. She’s very curious to see if publishing is a career she’d like to pursue post-graduate.

Sarah McPheeters

Sarah McPheeters is a junior at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock where she is majoring in English with a minor in Rhetoric and Writing. She is also a member of the Williams G. Cooper, Jr. Honors Program in English. As an uncloseted self-proclaimed ‘book nerd’, Sarah plans to pursue a career in publishing and/or a career path within the Library System after graduation.

Nathan Treece

Nathan Treece is a senior at the University of Arkansas at Little rock majoring in film, with minor studies in graphic design and creative writing. He has been published in the campus literary magazine, Equinox, and was recently awarded Best Comedy Film for his work as director on the short film, LRMHSCS, which screened at the June Film Festival in Little Rock. Following graduation he plans to continue following his passion for creative works of fiction and non-fiction, both on screen and in print.



Jess Turner

Jess Turner holds a BFA in creative writing from Chatham University. Her genre of focus is poetry. Her work is often informed by the natural world, drawing from the life, tone, and writing of Sappho. She currently works at a bakery and screens for Autumn House Press and Pittsburgh Poetry Review. Jess plans to begin her MFA in poetry in the fall of 2018.