Editor-in-Chief & Founder
Social Media Executive
Anthony Morris is the Design Editor for the winnow. He received his Associate Degree in Graphic Design and Management in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He spends most of his free time online, often visiting sites such as YouTube and Reddit. When not using the World Wide Web, Anthony can be found playing various video games, listening to podcasts, and playing tabletop role-playing games.
Rachael Crosbie is the Editor-in-Chief & Founder of the winnow. She has a BA in English Literature, and she is working toward her MS in Publishing at NYUSPS. Rachael was recently published in Mad Swirl, Chiliad Magazine, The Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle, Off the Coast, and others. Above all, she loves dissecting horror films with her fiance, reading poetry and literary theories, and hugging dogs.
Tina Morris is the Prose Editor for the winnow. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from Reinhardt University's Etowah Valley Low Residency program. Tina is a part-time English professor, aspiring novelist, avid coffee drinker, full-time mom, and Army wife. She enjoys journaling in several notebooks at once.
Christina D'Antoni is a prose reader for the winnow. She received her BA in English with a concentration in Creative Writing from the College of Charleston and currently works as an event coordinator in Washington, D.C. She loves reading, writing, and eating pasta. She is anxiously awaiting Amy Hempel's forthcoming short story collection.
Sarah Marquez (she/her) is an MA candidate at Southern New Hampshire University. She is based in Los Angele and has work published and forthcoming in various magazines and journals, including Amethyst Review, Capsule Stories, Ink&Nebula, Kissing Dynamite, Peculiars Magazine and Twist in Time Magazine. When not writing, she can be found reading, sipping coffee, or tweeting @Sarahmarissa338.
Shawn White is a prose reader for the winnow. He's also an aspiring actor with a BA in English Creative Writing. Shawn studied the forms of literature, language, theory, drama, and creative writing at a private University. If not writing or acting, Shawn spends a significant amount of time with his cat, Skitty, re-watching The Sopranos and playing video games. Shawn's favorite novels are "The Road," "Dark Places," "East of Eden," and "The Dresden Files."
Tristan Cody is a published poet who's work has been featured in HARK! MadSwirl and Vox Poetica. He is the ex-editor of the Jawline Review Literary Magazine and adamant drinker of coffee.