WHO WE ARE

Fearsome Critters was started by a group of undergraduate and graduate students at Northwest Missouri State University. It was named for the legendary creatures invented by early American lumberjacks. The journal is now run by a collection of individuals of various identities and backgrounds, and is not housed at any one institution. True to its Millennial and Gen Z roots, the journal is maintained through online connections and remote work. Each year, we seek young creators with a passion for poetry, prose, and visual arts to be showcased in our multimedia arts journal, both available in print and online. Fearsome Critters is completely self-funded and hopes to one day grow large enough to sufficiently compensate its contributors.
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RETIRED STAFF

BAILEY WEESE
editor of prose (vol. 1)
ANTHONY PROCOPIO ROSS
editor of poetry (vol. 1)
KOHL MOUTRAY
content assistant (vol. 1)
ANNA BAGOLY
content assistant (vol. 1)
SHANDY GUFFEY
content assistant (vol. 1)
LUKE ROLFES
advisor (vol. 1)
RICHARD SONNENMOSER
advisor (vol. 1)
Korbin Jones: Editor-in-Chief

Korbin received his B.A. in Spanish and in Creative Writing from Northwest Missouri State University. He is a current M.F.A. candidate in Poetry at the University of Kansas. His translation of Pablo Luque Pinilla's poetry collection "SFO" was released in 2019, and his debut collection of poetry "songs for the long night." also came out that year (QueerMojo). His chapbook "MOONSICK," a queer coming-of-age story in verse, is forthcoming from Finishing Line Press (January 2020).