Meredith Davis is the co-founder and editor/publisher of Apeiron Review. She is a lover of books, words, and her snorty snotty pug, Clank. Her own writing tries to bridge the gap between Paz’s “Idea palpable, palabra impalpable” while reaching toward the genuine. She spends more time with the words of others than she does her own; she’s the kind of writer who’s not quite finished making excuses. Plus, you really do inspire her.
Her submission turn-offs are not following the guidelines, hateful rhetoric, and not being gracious about a rejection.
Her own reading includes submissions to Apeiron, García Márquez, Bukowski, Gaiman, hooks, Morrison, Olds, Moore, Wolff, and the most recent book to make her heart race: All the Light We Cannot See, Doerr.
Meredith also has an awesome husband who doesn’t mind when she retreats to the porch with a whiskey, a pen, and enough pages to satisfy. Those retreats are far less these days as their own tiny human arrived Oct. 2016. They call him V, and his mom often whispers in his ear, you can grow up to be a poet.
You can reach her at email@example.com
Xavier Vega is the Fiction Editor of Apeiron Review. A copywriter by day, Xavier’s short stories have been published in various literary magazines and he hopes to one day publish a novel.
His favorite authors include Banana Yoshimoto, Margaret Atwood, and Gabriel Garcia Marquez, and he enjoys reading stories that balance emotion and vulnerability with dignity and grace. In addition to reading fiction submissions, Xavier also supports Apeiron by helping with social media, web content, interviews, and other odd jobs. He lives in Saint Petersburg, Florida and enjoys rock climbing.
Katie Nicksic is a traveler, a costume-maker, a knitter, a napper, and an animal-enthusiast, who hails from a small town in the Midwest. In charge of Layout Design, Katie has a B.A. in biology from Indiana University, Bloomington, and a Masters of Public Health from Arcadia University. She works at a healthcare liaison company by day and spends her evenings setting deadlines on her next project. She lives in Philadelphia with her fiancé, an ill-behaved dog, and a gluttonous cat.
Lisa Andrews, co-founder of the review is a writer and web designer who has stepped back from Apeiron. She has a degree in Web and Multimedia design and a BA in English with a concentration in writing from Shippensburg University. Her introduction to editing began while attending Hagerstown Community College where she restarted and ran The Hedge Apple Literary Magazine for several years while completing a degree in Web and Multimedia Design. She also runs the Apeiron Review web site.
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