Editor in Chief
Father Kaleeg Hainsworth is an author, speaker, poet, naturalist, activist, podcaster, full-stack developer, back-country educator, theologian, entrepreneur, publisher, professor of Ecology, parish priest of Holy Theophany Orthodox Mission (Gibsons, BC), and an Eastern Orthodox priest (OCA, Archdiocese of Canada). He has been writing and speaking for more than twenty years on such subjects as poetics, literature, Christian history, biblical exegesis, eastern spiritual traditions, family structure, addiction therapy, and ecology. Fr Hainsworth is the author of An Altar in the Wilderness (RMB, ’14), as well as numerous articles, manifestos, podcasts, and published studies. He runs an international digital publishing company, Bright Wing Media, which works with publishers, universities, non-profit organizations, and authors around the world.
Angela Doll Carlson
Angela Doll Carlson is a poet, fiction writer, and essayist whose work has appeared or is forthcoming in Tahoma Literary Review, The Cresset Journal, Thin Air Magazine, Eastern Iowa Review, Rock & Sling, St. Katherine Review, Ink & Letters, Whale Road Review, Ruminate Magazine, Elephant Journal, and Art House America. Her memoir, "Nearly Orthodox: On Being a Modern Woman in an Ancient Tradition" from Ancient Faith Publishers was published in 2014. Her book, "Garden in the East: The Spiritual Life of the Body" was published in 2016. Her latest book, "The Wilderness Journal" is forthcoming from Ancient Faith in November 2018. Her writing can also be found on her blogs at NearlyOrthodox.com and MrsMetaphor.com