Rick Rofihe Publisher & Editor-In-Chief
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Rick Rofihe is the author of Father Must, a collection of short stories published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux (Editor: Jonathan Galassi; Agent: Gail Hochman). His fiction has appeared in The New Yorker, Grand Street, Open City, Unsaid, Swink, and on fictionaut.com, slushpilemag.com and epiphanyzine.com. His nonfiction has appeared in The New York Times, The Village Voice, SPY, and on mrbellersneighborhood.com. A recipient of the Whiting Writers’ Award, he has taught MFA writing at Columbia University, and currently teaches privately in New York City. He is a member of PEN; was an advisor to the Vilcek Foundation for their 2011 prizes in the field of literature; and the judge of the annual RRofihe Trophy Short Story Contest for Open City. Rick is the founding publisher of Anderbo (1971) and the founding publisher and one of three founding editors of anderbo.com (2005).
June Eding Senior Editor
June Eding studied poetry with Andrew Carrigan, and fiction with Charles Baxter at the University of Michigan, where she also earned a BFA in Printmaking. She has written several children’s books, including Snow Magic, and is the creator and author of Napoleon Dynamite Sketchbook. She has worked at major publishing houses in New York City, and is currently a freelance book editor. June is one of three founding editors of anderbo.com.
Wayne Conti Editor at Large
Wayne Conti’s short stories appear in Open City magazine, the Brooklyn Rail and on Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood and Pindeldyboz as well as anderbo.com. Wayne is one of three founding editors of anderbo.com, and is the proprietor of Mercer Street Books & Records in New York City’s Greenwich Village.
Carolyn Wilsey Managing Editor
Carolyn Wilsey teaches writing privately and at colleges in New York City, in addition to working as a freelance magazine writer. She’s a graduate of Emerson College’s MFA program where she focused on short fiction. Her book reviews have appeared in O, The Oprah Magazine and Publishers Weekly, and she has evaluated stories for Esquire, Swink, Woman's Day, Open City’s RRofihe Trophy, and the Vilcek Foundation’s 2011 Literature Prize.
Catherine Curan Associate Publisher
Catherine Curan is a journalist and fiction-writer based in New York City. She has covered business, fashion and real estate for the New York Post, Crain’s New York Business, Newsday, WWD, Worth, The Real Deal and Condé Nast Portfolio.com. In 2004, she won the Newswomen’s Club of New York’s Front Page Award for a Crain’s special report on the hip-hop economy. She has published creative writing in Fiction, Many Mountains Moving, the SalonZine and Sleet Magazine and has work forthcoming in The Reader and Ozone Park. She has taught English in Athens, Greece and worked as a writing coach at Yale School of Management. She is a volunteer mentor with non-profit organization Girls Write Now.
Charity Burns Poetry Editor
Charity Burns, with her MFA in creative writing from the University of Florida, has managed to successfully make a life for herself in New York City. A freelance writer, professor, and poet, she writes on a variety of topics, including the German car-wash industry, K-mart’s facility-and-maintenance team, and the ancient Sufi poet Rumi. Her poems have been published in such literary journals as Madison Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, and West Branch. She has served as the poetry editor of Anderbo since 2007.
Stacy Muszynski "fact" & Features Editor
Stacy Muszynski graduated with her MFA from Texas State University, where she was schooled by some of her favorite pros, including Tim O’Brien and Denis Johnson. She is web editor for American Short Fiction, and co-curates & co-hosts the award-winning literary series Five Things Austin. She is at work on a collection of short stories and a book of Italian-to-English poetry translations. Find her reviews, interviews and fiction the new-fangled way, by googling.
Gabrielle Mitchell-Marell Contributing Editor (West Coast)
Gabrielle Mitchell-Marell has contributed articles and reviews to Kirkus Reviews, Blackbook, Publishers Weekly, Variety and elsewhere. She currently teaches in the English Department at Glendale Community College and Pasadena Community College. Gabrielle received her MFA in fiction from Sarah Lawrence College in 2006. Her short story, “You Chew” can be read on Anderbo.
Carolyn Silveira Contributing Editor
Carolyn Silveira currently works at the Freelancers Union in Brooklyn. She studied literature and creative writing at the University of Chicago and has worked in publishing and public radio.
Catherine Foulkrod Associate Editor
studied hypertext fiction with Robert Coover, and cinematic literature
with Carole Maso at Brown University, where she received a BA in Art
Semiotics and Creative Writing. She currently lives in Lower
Manhattan’s Little Italy.