Jason Bulger, publisher
Fascinated with words, with their history, with the weight of all that has come before, I approach publishing most as a writer, and I know that when I say, "I wish I'd written this," that I've stumbled onto something good. I enjoy the occasionally stressful process of selecting works for a literary journal since it affords me the opportunity to read new work and to become a conduit for all things intriguing and enjoyable.
Daniel Freeman, fiction editor
Is a classically trained architect working undercover in the banking industry to write about the architecture of banks. This financial crisis totally blew over his head while he was comparing the columns at the institutions we love to hate.