Founding Editor, REJECTION LETTERS
D.T. Robbins received his MFA in creative writing from National University in 2019. His stories appear or are forthcoming in Hobart, Spelk, Bending Genres, Ghost City Review, Trampset, and others. He lives and works in Rancho Cucamonga, California. See more at dtrobbins.com.
Kevin M. Kearney’s writing has appeared in Hobart, Qu Literary Magazine, Queen Mob’s Teahouse and elsewhere. He’s a fiction editor at Rejection Letters and a staff writer for PopMatters. He lives and teaches in Philadelphia. More of his work can be found at kevinmkearney.com
John Milas grew up in Illinois and studied creative writing at UIUC and Purdue. Some of his favorite writers include Amy Hempel, Ron Riekki, Nico Walker, Gustav Hasford, Samantha Hunt, Diane Cook, Carmen Maria Machado, Ottessa Moshfegh, and many others. He is currently at work on a novel about his experience serving in the Marines. Learn more by visiting johnmilas.com.
Jaya Wagle is a former Indian expat and current American citizen. She graduated with an MA in Creative Non-fiction from University of North Texas where she is now an adjunct professor of World Literature and Technical Writing. Her work has been published in or is forthcoming in Barrell House, Hobart, Jellyfish Review, Little Fiction, Big Truths, and elsewhere. She lives in Texas with her husband and 14-year old son. Find her on Twitter and Instagram.
Lindsay Hargrave is a performing poet and writer, recently published in Anti-Heroin Chic, Armstrong Literary and Maudlin House. She performs with the improvised music group Oarsman and the indie pop band Mỹ Tâm (@sunflowerintheeast), and has all sorts of recordings in the works. She lives in West Philadelphia with her many dying houseplants, where she works as a social media manager, research assistant and copywriter. Follow her on Twitter @notporkroll.