Ryan Farrar is a graduate student and graduate assistant of English at Tarleton. Formerly published in Anthology, this is his first year as a staff member. Ryan has also edited the 2005 volume of Marine Creek Reflections at Tarrant County College. His research interest include dystopian and modern literature but do not fail to extend to there areas such as post-structuralism rhetoric. His independent activities include crafting creative literature, playing electric bass, and keeping physically active. He is also a closet enthusiast of Stephen Hawking
Jahmicah Dawes is a senior at Tarleton where he is pursuing a degree in fashion merchandising. He has aspirations of running his own sneaker shop. He is a connoisseur of sneaks, bikes, cardigans, caps, specs, and decks (long boards). He has enjoyed communing with the other editors and will cherish these memories FOR-E-VER! He bids you adieu trusting that you'll keep it cope (copacetic, that is).
Henley PhillipsHenley Phillips is a senior English major, an ephemerist, a bagist, and a lover of the outdoors. Short fiction from the Mid-twentieth Century is his favorite mode of literature. Upon graduating, Henley plans to travel the world and "drink life to the lees." He is currently enamored with bicycles and can probably ride a wheelie longer than you can.
Benni Konvicka and Marilyn Robitaille
Benni Konvicka and Marilyn Robitaille are professors in the Department of English and Languages. They have been co-publication directors of Anthology for the last thirteen years. Since founding the journal with students Jimmy Hood and Cris Edwards in 1995, they have read hundreds, maybe thousands, of submissions and worked with student editors from a variety of majors.