Alesha Dawson – Editor-in-Chief

Alesha Dawson prefers chilly weather and hot tea and is arguably a better writer when both of those are involved. She holds English degrees from the University of Montevallo and the University of Edinburgh. Currently, she is happily settled in Birmingham, Alabama where she teaches high school English and lives with her partner and three cats. Alesha is the founding editor of Screen Door Review.

Rachel Nix – Editor

Rachel Nix was raised and remains in Northwest Alabama, where pine trees outnumber people rather nicely. She’s been nominated for Best New Poets and has had her work appear in L’Éphémère Review, Occulum, Pidgeonholes, and Up the Staircase Quarterly, among other venues. Along with her role at Screen Door Review, Rachel also serves as Poetry Editor at cahoodaloodaling, Associate Editor for Hobo Camp Review, and edited the international anthology, America Is Not the World. She can be followed at @rachelnix_poet on Twitter.

Emma Bolden – Editor

Emma Bolden’s mission in life is to prove that “aces wild” isn’t just for poker games. She is the author of House Is an Enigma (Southeast Missouri State University Press), medi(t)ations (Noctuary Press), Maleficae (GenPop Books), and four chapbooks. The recipient of fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Alabama State Council on the Arts, her work has appeared in The Norton Introduction to Literature, The Best American Poetry, and such journals as the Mississippi Review, The Rumpus, StoryQuarterly, Prairie Schooner, New Madrid, TriQuarterly, Shenandoah, and the Greensboro Review. She lives in Alabaster, Alabama with an impressive collection of Star Wars toys.