About the Editors

We’ve been printing meaningful new writing at TCR since 2012.

The Volga is our blog. This page is about our editors.





Founding and Nonfiction Editor Christine Gosnay lives in California. She attended Barnard College. She is at work on a translation of the poetry of Maurice Maeterlinck.

Recently, her poetry and essays have appeared in POETRY, Redivider, The Rumpus, Juked, Sugar House Review, DIAGRAM, Linebreak, The Morning News, and Vol. 1 Brooklyn. Follow her on twitter @dagny








Fiction Editor Robert Long Foreman is from Wheeling, West Virginia. His short fiction and nonfiction has appeared in such publications as The Massachusetts Review, Copper Nickel, AGNI, and the 2014 Pushcart anthology. He teaches creative writing and literature at Rhode Island College. Find him on twitter @robertlong4man









Poetry Editor Stefanie Wortman‘s first book of poetry, In the Permanent Collection, was selected for the Vassar Miller Prize. Her poems and essays have appeared in the American Poetry Review, Boston Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, and other publications. In 2014, she was a Walter E. Dakin Fellow at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference. 




Interviews Editor Randall Weiss is from Oklahoma (where the wind comes sweeping down the plains…) and now lives in the Kansas City metro, where he’s an MFA candidate and tutor. His poems have appeared in This Land, Crosstimbers, NAP, and elsewhere. 








Our Technical Editor is Rachel Maderik. She is a librarian in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.






Fiction Reader Emily Chase lives in Woonsocket, RI. She received her BA in creative writing from Rhode Island College.




Poetry Reader Ainsley Kelly

Fiction Reader Brandon Barrett

Fiction Reader Katie Landry


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