Heather is currently working on a Ph.D. in English Literature and Creative Writing at Binghamton University. She is the Editor-at-Large for Street Light Press, fiction editor for Harpur Palate & Ragazine, and Director of the Binghamton Poetry Project and the Literati Reading Series. Heather’s poetry can be found in the Paterson Literary Review, Edison Literary Review, and Black Fox Literary Magazine, and she has book reviews forthcoming in the Paterson Literary Review and The Scattered Pelican. Follow: @bigred9094.
Enikő (“Eni”) Vághy is the Co-Editor of Street Light Press.
She is a senior at SUNY Binghamton majoring in English Literature with concentrations in Creative Writing and Global Culture. When she is not writing poetry or reviews, you can find her exploring the beauty of her hometown of Binghamton with all the zeal of a first-time tourist. She has had work published in Street Light Press and has written reviews for Patterson Literary Review, among others.
Kristen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Street Light Press ©. She received her MA from Binghamton University along with her BA. She plans on pursuing a Ph.D. in creative writing. Kristen has always wanted to give writers– emerging and established– a voice. When she’s not busy with work, Kristen is hanging out at home with her dogs, a strong cup of coffee, and some poetry. She is a TV junkie who isn’t afraid to admit her binge-watching ways. Kristen currently teaches at Valencia College in Orlando Florida. Follow: @k.r_williamson
Meredith Cottle is a poet from New York entering her final year at Binghamton University where she studies English/Creative Writing. Her poems can be found in online publications such as Shrew Literary Magazine and Ragazine, among others. She is also a musician, and spends her free time practicing guitar, ukulele, and cello. She is Co-Editor of Street Light Press.