• Dora Badger

    Dora Badger

    Project Manager

    Dora Badger is a writer and web designer. Her 20+ years of experience working with small presses and in-house publications have served her well in her role as Woodward Press' Project Manager. Dora's work has appeared in numerous small press publications. She is currently at work on Uncurled, a barely pre-apocalyptic novel set in the heart of Motown. Her micro-collection When You've Been Bad and her stories Lemonade Songs and A Dark and Bloody Business are available through Amazon.

  • Christine Daigle, Ph.D.

    Christine Daigle, Ph.D.


    Christine Daigle is a neuropsychologist who studied creative writing at the University of Toronto. Her first novel, The Emerald Key, co-authored with Stewart Sternberg, was released in July 2015 by Ticonderoga Publications and was blogged about on Tor.com. Her short fiction has most recently appeared in Apex Magazine, Grievous Angel, and the Playground of Lost Toys anthology from Exile Publishing and is forthcoming from Sci Phi Journal and Elder Signs Press (Street Magick anthology).

  • Joe Ponepinto, MFA

    Joe Ponepinto, MFA

    Partner, Print Designer

    Joe Ponepinto is the co-Publisher and Fiction Editor of Tahoma Literary Review and the former Book Review Editor for The Los Angeles Review. His novel, Curtain Calls, was a featured selection in Kirkus Reviews monthly magazine. His collection The Face Maker is available on Amazon. His short stories have been published in dozens of journals around the U.S. and overseas. He's been writing and editing for more than 30 years, and currently resides in Washington State with his wife, Dona, and Henry the coffee-drinking dog.

  • Stewart Sternberg, M.Ed.

    Stewart Sternberg, M.Ed.

    Partner, Editor

    Stewart Sternberg is the author of The Ravening (Elder Signs Press) and co-author of The Emerald Key. He has had numerous short stories published online and in various anthologies published by Chaosium and Elder Signs Press.

    Stewart has a Masters in Education with a concentration in literacy and technology. Besides his background as an educator, he's also worked as a film critic for a cable magazine and as an editor for a weekly newspaper in Detroit. He lives in rural Michigan with his wife Jamie and a menagerie of animals.

  • Jon Zech

    Jon Zech

    In Memoriam

    Jon Zech wrote fiction of all sorts for over fifty years. Until he passed away in February of 2014, he lived near Anchor Bay, Michigan with his wife, Rue, and various dachshunds. His work earned First Prize for Prose in the 2012 Springfed Arts contest. Other awards include honors from Glimmer Train and Short Story America. Jon was an avid podcaster, and his Spoken Word episodes have ranked in the top five, worldwide. He has several published books: Buck & Tangee, (Woodward Press, 2012), God’s Wife (2013) and Sparks (2014). Jon's short stories have appeared in Short Story America’s Anthology, Vol. II, as well as Mirror Dance Fantasy, Splickety Magazine, and other publications.