Founded in 2005, Conte is an online journal that aims to celebrate, explore, and expand the boundaries of both narrative writing and digital publishing.
Adam Tavel, Poetry Editor
The recipient of the 2010 Robert Frost Award, Adam Tavel is the author of Red Flag Up (Kattywompus Press) and The Fawn Abyss (Salmon Poetry, forthcoming 2014). His poems have appeared in West Branch, Indiana Review, The Cincinnati Review, The Los Angeles Review, The Minnesota Review, South Dakota Review, At Length, Quarterly West, Anti- and diode, among others, as well as in the anthologies Dogs Singing, Manifest West, The Waiting Room Reader II, and A Face to Meet the Faces: An Anthology of Contemporary Persona Poetry. Tavel is an associate professor of English at Wor-Wic Community College on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, where he also directs the Echoes & Visions Reading Series.
Robert Lieberman, Prose Editor
Born in Maryland, Robert earned a B.A. in History from the University of Pittsburgh. He was featured as a finalist in the Pittsburgh City Paper’s 2006 short fiction contest, and currently works as an English teacher in Bangkok, Thailand.
Eric Anderson, Associate Poetry Editor
Eric Anderson’s poetry and fiction have appeared in The Sun, Prairie Schooner, Artful Dodge, and The North American Review, among many other literary magazines. He has published a novella, Isn’t That Just Like You? (Cleveland State University Poetry Center), and a chapbook of poems, Confederate Season. He recently participated in the November 2010 Project. Currently, he is an adjunct professor of English at Lorain County Community College and BGSU-Firelands. His first full-length poetry collection, The Parable of the Room Spinning, was recently published by Kattywompus Press.
Stacie Leatherman, Assistant Poetry Editor
Stacie Leatherman is the author of two books of poetry: Stranger Air (Mayapple) and Storm Crop (BlazeVOX). Her work has appeared in New American Writing, Indiana Review, Barrow Street, Diagram, and Crazyhorse, among others. She lives near Cleveland, Ohio.
Ashley Seitz Kramer, Contributing Poetry Editor
Andy Hefner, Producer
Brian Safdie, Producer