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The Editorial Staff

Note: The Antioch Review is estimated to emerge from its publishing pause in fall of 2024. We are currently focused on building a sustainable business model and look forward to establishing an editorial board and a process for digital submissions soon.  


Guest Editors (2024-2026)

In the first phase after our thoughtful pause that helped us weather the event of a global pandemic and the passing of our Editor Emeritus Robert Fogerty, The Antioch Review aims to partner with guest editors who can help us catalyze important conversations on global happenings and themes of import, drawing from the original mission of the publication as founded in 1941.  

Editorial Team

The Antioch Review will reestablish an editorial team as we resume active programming in late 2024. This may include a poetry editor, nonfiction editor, fiction editor, and designer/conceptual artist.  

Managing Editor, Brooke Blackmon Bryan

Brooke is Associate Professor of Writing and Aesthetics at Antioch College, where she has held numerous administrative and leadership appointments in addition to teaching composition, creative nonfiction, and literary journalism. Brooke’s originary task is to build a sustainable business model while returning the Antioch Review to active publishing with a variety of programs designed to support and promote the intellectual and literary life of our readers.  She worked to legally reclaim the Antioch Writers Workshop as an asset of the College, which she directs as a program of the Antioch Review


Nina serves as Student Assistant at the Antioch Review, where she will be on a full-time co-op in Spring term at Antioch College (April-July 2024). Nina has been instrumental in ordering the space and files of the Antioch Review headquarters on the second floor of the Olive Kettering Library at Antioch College. Nina’s current focus is to process the slush pile of submissions that came in by mail over the Review’s publishing pause, to coordinate the reading process for those submissions, and to support the event planning and implementation of the Antioch Writers Workshop in summer of 2024.