About The Wanderer
The Wanderer was launched in April 2016 as the weekly poetry feature of Harlot Magazine. When Harlot shifted to a monthly e-zine format, The Wanderer also changed courses, splitting off onto its own unique website but with the same mission as before: Printing stellar work by incredible poets, and paying for the privilege of doing so. We believe in publishing poetry that is immediate and forever, poetry that serves as an intersection of time, place, and the poet who observes it. We also believe in poetry as a public good that can be funded by the public that reads it. As such, we welcome you to contribute to our authors by supporting our Patreon campaign.
Founding Editor – Colette Arrand: Colette Arrand lives in Athens, Georgia, and is the author of the chapbook To Denounce the Evils of Truth. She can be found online at colettearrand.com.
Contributing Editor – Ginger Ko: Ginger Ko is the author of Motherlover (Bloof Books), and the chapbooks Inherit (Bloof Books) and Comorbid. Sidebrow will be publishing her second, currently unnamed full collection of poetry. You can find Ginger online at www.gingerko.com.
Contributing Editor – Raquel Salas-Rivera ha publicado poemas y ensayos en numerosas revistas y antologías. En el 2011, publicó su primer libro, Caneca de anhelos turbios, con Editora Educación Emergente. En el 2016, publicó su segundo libro, oropel/tinsel, con Lark Books & Writing Studio. Actualmente es editorx contribuyente para The Wanderer. Si para Roque Dalton no existe revolución sin poesía, para Raquel no existe poesía sin Puerto Rico. Puedes aprender más sobre su trabajo si visitas raquelsalasrivera.com.
Raquel Salas-Rivera has published poetry and essays in numerous anthologies and journals. In 2011, their first book, Caneca de anhelos turbios, was published by Editora Educación Emergente. In 2016, their chapbook, oropel/tinsel, was published by Lark Books & Writing Studio. Currently, they are a Contributing Editor at The Wanderer. If for Roque Dalton there is no revolution without poetry, for Raquel there is no poetry without Puerto Rico. You can find out more about their work at raquelsalasrivera.com.
Contributing Editor – Moss Witchmonstr: Moss Witchmonstr is a feral transsexual living in Oregon. She is author and designer of three full-lengths books, most recently Careful Mountain. She is currently trying to write the gayest book in the world. Follow along at http://patreon.com/monstr.
Art Director – Sarah Scmitt: Sarah Scmitt is currently attending The Cooper Union in New York City. Her work can be found online at http://sarahschmittart.com.