Monday Night is a journal of poetry and prose established in 2001 and based in Oakland, California. The current staff includes:
jessica wickens (editor) is a member of the Bay Area Correspondence School, a project exploring experimental writing through online and offline communications. She co-authored with Della Watson a poetry collection titled Everything Reused in the Sea: The Crow & Benjamin Letters from Mission Cleaners Books. Her chapbook Things That Trust Us was published by Beard of Bees.
nana k. twumasi (editor) was born in the south, and raised a bunch of other places, which left her with a midwest work-ethic, an east-coast attitude and, now that she lives in Oakland, CA, a west-coast sense of time. Her essays have appeared as part of Ballyhoo Stories’ 50 States Project, and the International Museum of Women’s Imagining Ourselves online exhibit. Her short fiction has appeared in Eleven Eleven, Zyzzyva, and Sou’Wester. Her chapbook, The Beekeeper, was produced by the Featherboard Writing Series.
halley sutton (editor) was born in Northern California, and spent most summers as a nomad in the less well-known cities of the midwest. She currently lives in Los Angeles and spends her free time chasing cults and Hollywood noir trivia. She graduated from Otis College of Art and Design with her master’s in writing. Her short fiction has appeared in Rose Red Review and Beyond Science Fiction. She’s at work on her first novel.
sharon mcgill (design & production) is a founding member of Monday Night. Her fiction and book reviews have appeared in Opium, New Letters, Harpur Palate and numerous other venues. She’s a freelance illustrator and graphic designer based in Washington, DC. Visit her website to see more of her work.
Monday Night began as a printed journal published and distributed from 2001-2014. It is included in the permanent collections of New York Public Library, University at Buffalo, and University of Wisconsin – Madison.