Publisher and Founder: Brad Morden

 Brad Morden is a ukulele/poet and poetry organizer from Norfolk County, Ontario. He is one half of the folk-hop-poetry sensation Atomic Wednesday and the founder/publisher at Write Bloody North. 

 Managing Editor: Alessandra Naccarato


Alessandra Naccarato is the recipient of the 2017 CBC Poetry Prize, the 2015 Bronwen Wallace Award from the Writer’s Trust of Canada and Event Magazine’s 2014 Creative Non-Fiction Prize. She has toured nationally and internationally as a spoken word artist, worked with thousands of youth across the country, and currently resides on the traditional territory of the TWSANEC First Nations (Salt Spring Island, BC). Her writing has appeared in Room, CV2, The New Quarterly, Poetry is Dead, Event, and elsewhere. Her debut collection, Postcards for My Sister, is forthcoming with Book*hug in Fall 2019.