Matthew Cavedon is a dual degree student in law and theology at Emory University and a graduate of Harvard University. Originally from Connecticut, Cavedon has worked at the Acton Institute for the Study of Religion & Liberty and the Cato Institute. He is a parishioner of Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in Atlanta.
Beth Impson received her Ph.D. in English from The University of Kansas and teaches literature and writing at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee. Her occasional reviews and articles have appeared in World Magazine and Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity. She and her husband, Keiller, are the parents of five, the oldest and youngest of whom serve in the Navy, and grandparents of 14.
William Luse is the associate editor of The Christendom Review.
Jeff Trippe is an educator and freelance writer who lives in Yarmouth, Maine, with his wife Laura and daughter Alex.
William Walsh, originally from Jamestown, NY, has resided in Atlanta for more than thirty years. He is a poet currently enrolled in the PhD program at Georgia State University where he is studying creative writing. He recently wrote his first novel, The Pig Rider. His books include Speak So I Shall Know Thee: Interviews with Southern Writers, The Ordinary Life of a Sculptor, The Conscience of My Other Being, Under the Rock Umbrella: Contemporary American Poets from 1951-1977, and David Bottoms: Critical Essays and Interviews. He was recently interviewed for a documentary film, Flannery O'Connor and John Huston: A Vision of the Gap. His work has appeared in AWP Chronicle, Cimarron Review, Five Points, Flannery O’Connor Review, James Dickey Review, The Kenyon Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, North American Review, Poetry Daily, Poets & Writers, Rattle, Shenandoah, Slant, and Valparaiso Review. His interview with Mary Hood will be appearing in the spring issue of The Georgia Review. His other interviews have been published in over fifty journals and include, among others, Czeslaw Milosz, Joseph Brodsky, A.R. Ammons, Doris Betts, Fred Chappell, Pat Conroy, Harry Crews, James Dickey, Madison Jones, Donald Justice, Lee Smith, Ariel Dorfman, Rita Dove, Eamon Grennan, Ursula Leguin, and Andrew Lytle.