The staff of Plume is:
Daniel Lawless founded Plume in 2012 and continues as its editor. His poetry has appeared in a number of journals and magazines, and he lectures at Creative Writing programs both in the US and abroad. He teaches at Saint Petersburg College
Marc Vincenz was born in Hong Kong, is British-Swiss and has published ten books of poetry and eleven books of translations. He has lived in England, Switzerland, Iceland, Hong Kong and China, but recently moved to the United States and now resides in Williamstown, MA.
Alex Cigale‘s translations from Russian and his own English-language poems have appeared in a variety of magazines and journals. Alex was an Assistant Professor at the American University of Central Asia (Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan).
Nancy Mitchell, a 2012 Pushcart Prize recipient, is the author of two volumes of poetry: The Near Surround and Grief Hut. Her poems have appeared in Agni, Poetry Daily, Salt Hill Journal, and Green Mountains Review.
Hélène Cardona is an award-winning poet, literary translator & actor, author of three bilingual poetry collections & three translations. She holds a Master’s from the Sorbonne and taught at Hamilton College & LMU. She has lived in France, England, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, Monaco, Wales, & the United States.
Editor at Large
Amy Beeder‘s third book, And So Wax Was Made & Also Honey, is forthcoming from Tupelo Press. A recipient of an NEA Fellowship, a “Discovery”/The Nation Award and a James Merrill Fellowship, she has worked as a creative writing instructor, freelance writer, political asylum specialist, high-school teacher in West Africa, and a human rights observer in Haiti and Suriname. Her work has appeared in Poetry, The Kenyon Review, Ploughshares, AGNI, The Southern Review and other journals. She lives in Albuquerque.
Joshua Corey is a poet, critic, and novelist. He is the author of several poetry collections including The Barons , as well as a novel, Beautiful Soul: An American Elegy. His most recent book of essays, Transcendental Circuit, is forthcoming from MadHat Press in March 2018.
Criticism and Essays
Robert Archambeau’s books include the poetry collections Home and Variations and The Kafka Sutra and the studies Laureates and Heretics and The Poet Resigns: Poetry in a Difficult World, among others. He teaches at Lake Forest College
Leeya Mehta is a writer and entrepreneur, who grew up in Bombay. She is the author of The Towers of Silence and winner of the 2016 Readers’ Choice Award from DistrictLit. She lives in Washington D.C., where she is working on her novel, Extinction.
Editor of Video Productions
John Ebert is an award winning director/ producer of film shorts and features. He works in television production, and lives in Salisbury Maryland with his wife Nancy Mitchell. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org