Morgan Davies Editor-in-Chief
Morgan Davies is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn whose first foray into fanfiction coincided with the acquisition of her first laptop at age fourteen. A graduate of Barnard College, she has written about film, television, and fandom culture for The Toast, PolicyMic, Full Stop, and The Oxonian Review. Her first crush was on Remus Lupin and she has written far too many words about Derek Hale, although she does not generally have strong feelings about werewolves. She is currently at work editing a novel about teenagers and a screenplay about pirates.
Gavia Baker-Whitelaw Managing Editor & Social Media Director
Gavia Baker-Whitelaw is a writer living in Glasgow, Scotland. She currently writes for The Daily Dot as a fandom and internet culture reporter, and blogs about film and costume design under the name HelloTailor. Her work has also appeared in Empire Online, Wired, and Bleeding Cool, and her first short story was recently published in the fantasy anthology Fight Like A Girl.
Alexandra Edwards Publicity Coordinator
Alexandra Edwards is a writer, transmedia storyteller, and lifelong fandom advocate. She won an Emmy® for her work as transmedia editor on The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, a modernized, cross-platform adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, and has gone on to serve as transmedia producer for spin-off series Welcome to Sanditon and Emma Approved. She lives, writes, and teaches in Athens, GA, but mostly she likes being on the internet.
Charlotte Geater Production Coordinator
Charlotte Geater is a PhD student living in Oxford, England. Her poetry has been published in anthologies such as The Best British Poetry 2013 and The Salt Book of Younger Poets, and she has an essay on Ariana Reines in the 100 year anniversary issue of Oxford Poetry. She likes to spend her time online, crying about comics full of people in spandex punching monsters.
Lily Lapidese Technology Director
Lily Lapidese is a UX designer, web developer, and fandom devotee in Los Angeles, CA. She taught herself how to code in middle school when she needed a place to put her Harry Potter fanfiction, which will not be linked to here, or anywhere ever. Her English degree from UC Santa Cruz is not for naught, though; she is an occasional contributing writer at Collider, and will start her own blog any day now, honestly. She is currently creating a variety of elegant user experiences and pretty websites, as well as co-writing and designing a video game about cowboys and feelings and space.