About

Editor – TJ Martinson

T.j. Martinson is a graduate student at Eastern Illinois University, earning a Master’s in Literary Studies with an emphasis in Creative Writing. His stories have been published in Heavy Feather Review, Bartleby Snopes, Pithead Chapel, The Milo Review, HEART Journal, The Magill Review, The Penwood Review, and others. He also reads submissions for both PANK and Bluestem.

Poetry Editor – Steve Nathaniel

headshot1Steve Nathaniel is a graduate student at Eastern Illinois University, earning a Master’s in Literary Studies.  He also reads for poetry Bluestem.

 

 

Editorial Assistant – Hannah Osbourne

Editorial Assistant – Abraham Haile

Faculty Advisor – Lania Knight

Lania Knight Author 2013Dr. Lania Knight is an Assistant Professor at Eastern Illinois University, where she teaches English and creative writing. She has a PhD in English and Creative Writing from the University of Missouri. Her first book, Three Cubic Feet, is a 2012 Lambda Literary Award Finalist in Debut Fiction. Her stories and essays have been recently published or are forthcoming in Fourth Genre, The Missouri Review, Literary Mama, New Stories from the Midwest, PANK, Jabberwock Review, and elsewhere. Read more about her at www.laniaknight.com.

Readers:

Alisha McCullum
Asha Hoover
Caitlin Danforth
Ceili Erickson
Christopher Robison
Elysabeth Connolly
Emily Whitmore
Gaylin Tharp
JP Salas
Maggie Perry
Megan Olson
Scott May
Sean Towey
Stephanie Markham

 

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Image by Katie LaDew

 

4 Responses to About

  1. William says:

    Hi,
    I had a couple of quick questions. Frist, do you offer print publication of your summer, fall, and spring magazine, or just certain issues? Also, if I submitted a piece and it was choosen to be used in your magazine, would I be able to use a pen name instead of my real name?

    Thank you,
    William

    • Hannah says:

      Hi there,
      Only certain issues are printed and yes, you can use a pen name. We look forward to seeing your submissions soon!

  2. Nancy says:

    When published in Vehicle, do the writers get a free print copy of the issue their work is in?

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