Editor - Open Editorship
The Commonline Journal is currently seeking an Executive Editor. 

Literary Editor - Joseph Osel 

Joseph D. Osel is a critical theorist, writer and Editor. He is the founding Editor of The Commonline Journal and an Editor at International Journal of Radical Critique. His impending book is Revolutionary-Antiracism: Resistance & Camaraderie In Theory & Praxis. His forthcoming poetry collection is called Catastrophe In Miniature: Poetry In Fatal Tense. See his Bibliography-Prospectus.

Roving Editor - Dennis Wilken
Dennis P. Wilken is a veteran journalist and former writer for Cincinnati Magazine. His work has appeared in Word Riot and Madswirl, among others and his editorials in Pacific Publishing publications. His last chapbook is called Sweat Off the Diamond (Proletariat Press, 2009). He lives in Seattle, Washington.

Contributing Editor - Lyn Lifshin
Lyn Lifshin has written more than 125 books and edited 4 anthologies of women writers. Her poems have appeared in most poetry and literary magazines in the U.S.A, and her work has been included in virtually every major anthology of recent writing by women. Her website is

Contributing Editor - Howie Good
Howie Good, a journalism professor at the State University of New York at New Paltz and the author of he full-length poetry collections Lovesick (Press Americana, 2009), Heart With a Dirty Windshield (BeWrite Books, 2010), and Everything Reminds Me of Me (Desperanto, 2011).

Contributing Editor - Suchoon Mo
Suchoon Mo is a former Korean Army Lieutenant and a retired academic living in the semiarid part of Colorado. His poems appeared in East and West, Bitter Oleander, Dissident Editions, Poetry Magazine, Word Riot, Word Myth, Tryst, Subterranean Quarterly, Orange Room Review, Round Table Review, Strange Road, Feathertale, Snakeskin, Flutter, The Quirk, Poetry Cemetery, Autumn Leaves, the Blue House, and others. His music compositions appeared in Sage of Consciousness, Unlikely 2.0, Mad Hatters Review, and the Adroitly Placed Word. He has no formal music education.

Contributing Editor - Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal
Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal works in the mental health field in Los Angeles, CA. He was born in Mexico. His first book of poetry, Raw Materials, was published by Pygmy Forest Press. He is a member of the Guerrilla Poetics Project. His poems have appeared in Cerebral Catalyst, Zygote in my Coffeeand Unlikely Stories.

Contributing Editor - Carl Miller Daniels
Carl Miller Daniels just turned 61 years old. Gorilla Architecture, Daniels' first full-length book, was recently published by Interior Noise Press. It is available from Amazon dot com.  Carl and his partner, Jon (aka "the sweetest man in the world"), have lived together for over 30 years. Photos of Daniels, and more of Daniels' poems, are available at My Favorite Bullet:

Contributing Editor - Justin Hyde
Justin Hyde lives in Iowa where he works with criminals. He has a web-page here.

Contributing Editor - Ivan Jenson
Ivan Jenson has enjoyed unprecedented success publishing his poetry in the US, the UK, Sweden and France and he has received recognition for his bold Pop Art. His Absolut Jenson painting was featured in Art News, Art in America, and he has sold several works at Christie’s, New York. Ivan Jenson is highly sought after for his popular and dynamic live readings on the stage. His poems have appeared in Word Riot, Camroc Press Review, Poetry Super Highway, Alternative Reel Poets Corner, Underground voices magazine, Blazevox, and many others. He now writes novels and poetry in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Contributing Editor - Joseph Riippi
Joseph Riippi was born in Seattle and lives in New York City, where he is working on his MFA. His first novel, Do Something! Do Something! Do Something!, was published in 2009 by Ampersand Books.

Contributing Editor - M.P. Powers
M.P. Powers is an American ex-pat living in Berlin, Germany. His poetry has appeared in The New York Quarterly, Menacing Hedge, The Foundling Review, Rosebud, Existere, Stone Highway Review and many other fine places. More info here:

Erstwhile Editor (2012-2016) - Ada Fetters
Ada Fetters is the former Editor of The Commonline Journal. She's also edited for The Journal of Humanistic Psychology, Copperwood Review, Humanist Magazine, Niche, Poetry Pacific Magazine, and Pink.Girl.Ink.

Erstwhile Editor (2011-2012) - Amy Schrader
Amy Schrader holds an MFA in poetry from the University of Washington. She was a recipient of a 2008 Artist Trust Grants for Artist Projects (GAP) award, and her poems have recently appeared in Bateau, Fairy Tale Review, DIAGRAM, RHINO, and Willow Springs. She lives in Seattle, WA.

Erstwhile Editor (2011-2012) - Rod Tipton
Rod Tipton is a writer, photographer and filmmaker from Seattle, Washington. His website is

Erstwhile Editor (2010-2011) - Richard Wink
Poet, Richard Wink is a writer based in Norwich, England. Widely published Wink has previously published five collections of poetry from popular publishing houses including: All along the Wensum (Kendra Steiner Editions) and The Magnificent Guffaw (Erbacce Press), Apple Road (ditchpoetry) and Trainwreck Press. His words have been featured in renowned periodicals such as Aesthetica Magazine, Decanto and 3:AM Magazine. As an essayist he regularly contributes to Slurve Magazine and On Topic Magazine. He also edits the enigmatic litzine Gloom Cupboard.

Contact any of the above Editors at: commonlinejournal [at] hotmail [dot] com.