Julie Howard, Editor
Julie Howard is a former journalist and editor who has covered topics ranging from crime to cowboy poetry. She is the author of mystery novels “Crime and Paradise,” “Crime Times Two,” "Wild Crime," and "Spirited Quest." Her fiction has appeared in Literally Stories, The Fable Online, Across the Margin, Flash Fiction Magazine, Dime Show Review and several other journals.
She prefers her potatoes well baked and served with plenty of butter and a sprinkling of pepper.
Chandra Mayer, Web Designer/Editor
Chandra Mayer writes children’s books and is an Information Technology professional. She is an active member of her local SCBWI chapter and the Idaho Writer’s Guild. When Chandra’s not creating quirky characters or make-believe worlds, you can find her spending time with her family, reading, or working toward her black belt in Taekwondo.
She likes her potatoes roasted with garlic.
Randy Reese, Business/Associate Editor
Randy Reese is a screenwriter and business owner. His latest script, 'The Coal Miner's War', won Best Script at the Colorado International Activism Film Festival, and was a finalist at the Copper Mountain Film Festival.
He formed the internationally acclaimed improv comedy troupe ComedySportz in Buffalo, NY in 1993 and in Boise, ID in 2012. He is also the owner of Back2One, a film production accounting firm in Boise, ID, and has a Bachelor and Master's degree in Economic Crime Management & Investigations.
Randy likes his potatoes twice baked.
Kim Steinberg/Associate Editor
Kim Steinberg has had work published in Idaho Magazine; Writers in the Attic, The Cabin Anthology; Bewildering Stories, Shut Up and Write Zine; and Potato Soup Journal.
She holds a BA in Communications from Boise State University, and a Masters from Fielding University. She is currently editing an around-the-world travel memoir.