Rebecca Valley is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Drizzle Review. Her first chapbook is forthcoming from dancing girl press in 2017. She also serves as the associate poetry editor at Fairy Tale Review and works during the daylight hours as a middle school librarian on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. Her literary interests include poetry, Caribbean and Latin American literature, genre-fiction by women, magical realism, children’s literature, historical non-fiction, and books about the cowboys, pirates, and the bottom of the sea (usually not all at once). You can find more of her work on her website.
Blake Wallin is the author of the chapbooks Otherwise Jesus (Ghost City Press, 2015) and No Sign on the Island (Bottlecap Press, 2016), as well as the microchap The Lucidity of Giving Up (Ghost City Press, Aug 2016). He is the Reviews/Interviews Editor for Ghost City Review. Find out more about his reading interests here.
Hannah Cohen lives in Virginia and is a MFA candidate at Queens University of Charlotte. She’s the poetry editor for Firefly Magazine and future contributing editor for Platypus Press. Recent publications and forthcoming work include The Tishman Review, The Shallow Ends, Severine, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, and others. She’s on Twitter as @hcohenpoet.
There’s more to come! Drizzle is committed to showcasing new and unique perspectives, and we can’t provide that for our readers without a diverse group of reviewers. If you’re interested in writing for us, see our submission guidelines, or contact us at drizzlereview[at]gmail[dot]com.