Victoria Waddle, Managing Editor
Victoria has been published in literary journals, anthologies, nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and included in Best Short Stories from The Saturday Evening Post Great American Fiction Contest. She reviews books for teens at SchoolLibraryLady.com and contributes articles to Inlandia and Southern California News Group’s syndicated “Literary Journeys,” which celebrates writers and their work. She tweets all too infrequently at @waddleido and blogs about writers and writing at VictoriaWaddle.com.
Lavina Blossom, Poetry Editor
Lavina Blossom is a painter and mixed media artist as well as a poet. Her poems have appeared in various journals, including 3Elements Review, Kansas Quarterly, The Literary Review, The Paris Review, The Innisfree Poetry Journal, Poemeleon, and Prompt and Circumstance. She is an Associate Editor of Poetry for Inlandia: a Literary Journey.
Becca Spence Dobias, Fiction Editor
Becca lives in Southern California with her husband and two young children. She is a former board member of Inlandia and founding member and contributor for WritingBloc.com. Her novel, Rock of Ages, is in production with Inkshares.
Joanna Greenberg, Nonfiction Editor
Joanna is an essayist, occasional poet, and coffee addict. She live and writes in Southern California, where she is an MFA Candidate in Creative Nonfiction at the University of California, Riverside. Her work has been published in The Metropolitan Review, Gandy Dancer, and in various publications online, and is forthcoming in Thread.
Linda Rhoades, Fiction Editor
Linda has been an Inlandia workshop participant since 2009. She been writing and critiquing for over ten years, earning a certificate in fiction writing from UC Riverside in 2010.She’s a habitual writing conference attendee and member of Romance Writers of America, a national organization with over 9,000 members.
David Stone, Poetry Editor
David came to the Inland Empire to earn a master’s degree from La Sierra University and met his wife Cathy. He enjoys cooking, block printing, and exploring nature with his wife and two children. His poetry has appeared in Identity Theory, Shuf, and Inlandia: A Literary Journey, as well as in Orangelandia: The Literature of Inland Citrus. He is a quarterly contributing columnist for the Southern California News Group.
Cati Porter, Founding Editor
A longtime resident of the Inland Empire, Cati Porter has lived in Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Moreno Valley & Riverside. She is the author of Seven Floors Up (Mayapple Press) and the chapbooks The Body, Like Bread (Finishing Line Press), small fruit songs (Pudding House), (al)most delicious, The Way Things Move The Dark, and what Desire makes of us (Dancing Girl Press). Her second full-length poetry collection, My Skies of Small Horses, was published by WordTech Edtions in 2016. Her third full-length collection, The Body at a Loss, is forthcoming from CavanKerry Press. She holds an MFA from Antioch University, Los Angeles. She is the Executive Director of the Inlandia Institute. In addition to founding Inlandia: A Literary Journey, she is also founder and editor of Poemeleon: A Journal of Poetry.