June 22, 2008

Weave Staff

Margaret Bashaar
Co-founding Editor, Weave Magazine
Submissions Manager

Margaret Bashaar's poetry has been published in such journals as Caketrain, Pank, The Pedestal Magazine, Arsenic Lobster, and Boxcar Poetry Review, among others, as well as in the anthology Time You Let Me In: 25 Poets Under 25, edited by Naomi Shihab Nye. Her first chapbook, Barefoot and Listening, was released from Tilt Press in late 2009. When she isn't editing Weave Magazine she can be found playing with her four-year-old son, writing book reviews, or co-hosting and serving as the developmental director for Pittsburgh's only poetry cabaret, The Typewriter Girls.

Laura E. Davis
Co-founding Editor, Weave Magazine
Sales and Distribution Manager

Laura E. Davis is a poet, editor, teacher, freelance writer and performer from Pittsburgh, PA. She was recently a featured reader on Prosody, a weekly radio show for writers and poets. She is currently pursuing a Master in Fine Arts in Creative Writing at Chatham University. Laura serves as Cofounding Editor of Weave Magazine and writes for her personal blog, Dear Outer Space.

Joel W. Coggins
Editorial Assistant
Advertising Manager
Cover Design, Issue 03

Joel W. Coggins was raised in northeast Ohio, and graduated from Euclid High School in 2006. He is currently a Senior at the University of Pittsburgh, where he studies English Writing. In addition to working for Weave, he is the Editor-in-Chief of the Three Rivers Review of Undergraduate Literature, a regional publication sponsored by the University of Pittsburgh Honors College.

Robyn Campbell

Robyn Campbell is a soon-to-be graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, studying English Writing and French. She is also a member of the fiction staff for the Three Rivers Review. Any of her time spent not reading stories for Weave or TRR is spent reading other stories. She grew up in and swiftly left North Wales, Pennsylvania, though she would like to thank it for raising her right.

Andrew Mulvania
Literary Review Coordinator

Andrew Mulvania is an Assistant Professor of English (Creative Writing) at Washington & Jefferson College. His first book of poems, Also In Arcadia, was published by The Backwaters Press in Omaha in August, 2008. His poems have appeared in Poetry, North American Review, Southern Poetry Review, Green Mountains Review, Bellingham Review, and Weave, and new poetry and prose is forthcoming in The Southwest Review and Missouri Review. He was the recipient of a 2008 Individual Creative Artists Fellowship in Poetry from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.

Heidi Richardson Evans
Website Design & Art Consultant

Heidi Richardson Evans is an artist, blogger, mama, and a poet during the occasional full moon. She also works part-time in non-profit. Heidi lives in her thrift clothes and tattoos in Charleston, WV. She has a degree from WV State University and studied at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. You can buy her fine art here, or commission a wicked banner for your blog and read her life at Daisybones.com.

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