Carissa Halston

Senior Editor
Randolph Pfaff

Assistant Editor
Molly M. McLaughlin


Carissa Halston is a fiction writer. Her stories have appeared in The Normal School, Willow Springs, Fourteen Hills, The Massachusetts Review, and elsewhere. She has received grants and honors for her fiction from San Francisco State University, Eastern Washington University, The Cincinnati Review, and The Writers’ Room of Boston, among others. She’s been a prose editor at AGNI, and she currently edits and designs books for Aforementioned Productions, which she co-founded in 2005. She lives in Boston where she’s at work on a novel.

Randolph Pfaff is a writer, communication consultant, and graduate student in environmental policy. He has worked with local and national organizations—including the Climate Reality Project and the New England Aquarium—to educate and facilitate meaningful action on environmental and conservation issues. Randolph is also the co-founder of Aforementioned Productions, a Boston-based independent press and theatre company dedicated to promoting new voices in literature and the performing arts.

Molly M. McLaughlin is a writer and editor who holds an MA in Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Massachusetts Boston and an MA in Literature and Publishing from the National University of Ireland Galway. Her photographs have been published in Zephyr and ROPES, and she writes mostly character-driven fiction and fantasy.