Becky Tuch is the founding editor of The Review Review.
Becky has received literature fellowships from The MacDowell Colony and The Somerville Arts Council. Her fiction has won awards from Moment Magazine, Glimmer Train, Wigleaf, Briar Cliff Review, Byline Magazine, and elsewhere. Other writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Salon, Virginia Quarterly Review online, Salt Hill, Cleaver, Graze, Hobart, Eclipse, Folio, Night Train, and other publications. In addition to founding The Review Review, she is one of the founders of the literary blog, Beyond the Margins.
Becky has taught writing to kids, teens and adults throughout Boston. She has also spoken about publishing in literary magazines at various conferences and MFA programs. Currently, she lives in Pittsburgh.
Matt Broderick is a writer/artist living in Boston, MA. He is currently an editorial assistant for The Review Review, and fiction reader with Ploughshares Journal. Matt has had writing published on The Review Review and art listed with TurningArt.com. Twitter/Instagram: @Notmydayoff / Portfolio: www.mattbroderick.net
Nicole Guappone is an MFA candidate in the nonfiction writing program at Columbia College Chicago. She is an assistant editor for Hotel Amerika and has been previously published on Femsplain and The Rumpus. She also contributed to the recently released anthology The View From Here: Stories About Chicago Neighborhoods. She lives in Chicago with her partner and their cat. Her Twitter handle is @nicoleguappone.
Laura Moretz is a fiction writer whose work has appeared in r.kv.r.y quarterly literary journal, Stoneboat,and Cutthroat, A Journal of the Arts.Her story "Philo Goes Home" won the Rick DeMarinis Short Fiction Award in 2012. She is an assistant editor for Boulevard,a tutor at Wake Forest University, and a teacher. Find her at @laurakmoretz.