The Nassau Review
Christina M. Rau, Editor-in-Chief, Poetry Editor
Christina M. Rau is a full-time Assistant Professor in the English Department and Coordinator of the Creative Writing Project. She is the founder of Poets In Nassau, a reading circuit on Long Island, NY. Her poetry has appeared on gallery walls in The Ekphrastic Poster Show, on car magnets for The Living Poetry Project, and most recently in the journals Technoculture, Crony, and Redheaded Stepchild. In her non-writing life, she practices yoga occasionally and line dances on other occasions. Her chapbook, For The Girls, I, is forthcoming from Dancing Girl Press. Find her links on http://alifeofwe.blogspot.com
Beth Beatrice Smith, Fiction Editor
Beth Beatrice Smith is a full-time Assistant Professor in the English Department at Nassau Community College. She is an active member of the Creative Writing Project at NCC.
Emily Hegarty, Creative Non-Fiction Editor
Emily Hegarty is a full-time Assistant Professor in the English Department at Nassau Community College.
Suzanne Kaebnick, General Genre Editor
Suzanne Kaebnick is a full-time Associate Professor in the English Department at Nassau Community College. She enjoys teaching a variety of courses at the college, and the opportunity, at The Nassau Review, to read and help publish a diverse array of writing.
Izolda Maksym, Layout Editor
Izolda Maksym is a full-time Associate Professor in the Art Department at Nassau Community College. She holds M.F.A. in Design and Technology from Parsons School of Design and B.F.A. in Computer Graphics from New York Institute of Technology. She works for numerous web and software design companies in New York City where she designs award winning web sites.
Sally Ann Drucker, Lead Copy Editor
Sally Ann Drucker is a full-time Professor in the Department of English at Nassau Community College. Her poetry and fiction have been published in a number of literary journals and anthologies. She also has experience as a technical editor and writer and was an editorial assistant at Obsidian II Review.
Randall Spinks, Proofreader
Randall Spinks, a full-time Assistant Professor of English at Nassau Community College, received his Ph.D. at the University of Houston in 1993. His primary teaching and research interests are in Composition and Rhetoric, Early American Literature, film, and popular culture. He has published in The Texas Review, Radical Teacher, Literature/Film Quarterly and The International Journal of the Humanities.
Randy Hayman, Proofreader
Randy Hayman is a full-time Assistant Professor at Nassau Community College where he teaches Journalism, Grammar, Comedy Writing and English Composition. He received his M.S. from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism where he specialized in Religion Reporting. He has served as Publications Director at an education fund-raising organization, Editor in government, and full-time and free-lance Writer and Editor for many media companies.
Kathrine Jason, Proofreader
Kathrine Jason received her M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Columbia University. She is the recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship and a National Endowment for the Arts grant. Her poetry has appeared in numerous magazines, among them The New Yorker and Poetry. She is editor/translator ofWords in Commotion and Other Storiesby Tommaso Landolfi (Viking-Penguin) and of the anthology Name and Tears: Forty Years of Italian Fiction (Graywolf). As a full-time Associate Professor of English, she has been busily teaching at NCC since 1993.
Brendan Wagner, Communications Assistant
Brendan Wagner works in the Accounts Payable department at Nassau Community College. He volunteers his free time to work in literature.
Nassau Review Advisory Board Members
Professor Barbara Barnard, Co-chair
Professor Mary Lannon, Co-chair
Professor Michael Niemczyk, Secretary
Professor Pramila Venkateswaran
Professor Kwame Okoampa-Ahoofe
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