Since 2001, Monday Night has published prose and poetry by up-and-coming writers who are often overlooked by mainstream literary culture. The current staff includes:
jessica wickens (editor-in-chief) is a founder of Monday Night and a poet whose work has appeared in many spaces online and offline. 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. She is currently based in Richmond, CA.
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.
valerie witte (copyeditor) is the author of a game of correspondence (Black Radish Books) and a number of chapbooks. She is currently collaborating with Sarah Rosenthal on a project related to the work of dancers Simone Forti and Yvonne Rainer. Their chapbook The Grass Is Greener When the Sun Is Yellow was published by The Operating System in 2019. Valerie is a founding member of the Bay Area Correspondence School, and for eight years was a member of Kelsey Street Press. Read more about her endeavors at valeriewitte.com and @shellthief (Twitter). She currently resides in Portland, OR.
della watson (guest editor) is a writer, performer, editor, and artist. She is the co-author of Everything Reused in the Sea: The Crow and Benjamin Letters (Mission Cleaners Books, 2013) and a founding member of the Bay Area Correspondence School, an epistolary arts organization. She has produced and participated in numerous art and poetry events, most recently a collaboration-themed reading at the Octopus Literary Salon in Oakland, CA in 2019. Follow her @Dk_Watson on Twitter.
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.