Pilgrimage - Story, Place, Spirit, Witness

Juan MoralesEditor- Juan Morales

Juan Morales is the author of The Siren World (2015), and Friday and the Year that Followed (2006), winner of the 2005 Rhea and Seymour Gorsline Poetry Prize. His poems have appeared in Copper Nickel, Crab Orchard Review, Iron Horse Literary Review, PALABRA, Poet Lore, Washington Square, Zone 3, and other journals. He is a CantoMundo Fellow and an Associate Professor of English at Colorado State University-Pueblo, where he curates the SoCo Reading Series and directs the Creative Writing Program.


Danielle-HAssociate Editor- Danielle Holmes

Danielle Holmes holds an MFA from Bennington College, a BA in English from Colorado State University-Pueblo, and a BS in journalism from the University of Colorado. Her work has appeared in Animal, The New Flash Fiction Review, Cleaver, Pilgrimage, and other journals and newspapers. She lives in Colorado.


AlysseAssociate Editor- Alysse Kathleen McCanna

Alysse Kathleen McCanna was born and raised in the Midwest. She graduated from Smith College in 2007 and received her MFA in Writing and Literature from Bennington College in 2015. Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from Boulevard, The Comstock Review, Driftwood, Madcap, The Olentangy Review, and other journals.


PattiWeb Editor and Board Member- Patti Freeman Schreiber

Patti Freeman Schreiber holds degrees in Mathematics and Software Engineering and brings expierience in the areas of non-profit finances, independent journalism, graphic design, social media and many others.


JorgeSocial Media Editor and Board Member- Jorge Isaac Arroyo Moura

Born in La Playa de Ponce, PR. M.A. in Spanish & Literature (2010); B.A. in Spanish & Latin American Studies (2008) from New Mexico State University. Textbook editor for the Puerto Rico Department of Education. Translation editor for Arenas Blancas and Poetry Out Loud judge (2013 & 2014). Interests include poetry, short story, science fiction, and music. Veteran and Trekkie, Hip Hop head and comic collector. Research interests include African American lit theory and criticism.


JonathonBoard Member- Jonathan Bohr Heinen

Jonathan Bohr Heinen's writing has appeared in the Florida Review, Arroyo, and Cimarron Review, and elsewhere, and has received special mention in the Pushcart Prize anthology. He teaches writing and publishing courses at the College of Charleston, where he is the managing editor of Crazyhorse.


KatieBoard Member- Katie Brown

Holds a PhD in Spanish from Arizona State University, and an MA from New Mexico State University. Her BA is from the University of Louisville in her hometown of Louisville, KY. Her areas of interest include translation, poetry, & essay, often focusing on cultural impacts upon and because of translations, including of ourselves. Poetry, academic articles and translations have been published in Levrel, Arenas Blancas, Hispanic Issues Online, Ámbitos Feministas, along with a chapter, including a translation of Lezama Lima, in Nueve délficos. Ensayos sobre Lezama (Verbum 2014).


DanielleEditorial Assistant - Danielle Vincent

Danielle Farmer was born and raised in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She currently lives in Pueblo West, Colorado with her husband and kids. She is pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in English with a creative writing emphasis at Colorado State University-Pueblo.


SarahEditorial Assistant - Sarah Megilligan

Sarah Megilligan was born and raised in Pueblo West, Colorado. She is currently a sophomore at Colorado State University-Pueblo majoring in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Integrated Communications and a minor in Honors Program. Sarah is an active member of the college’s collegiate tennis team, and coaching tennis. She runs a blog for her photography and poetry.


Pilgrimage Magazine, published twice a year, emphasizes themes of story, spirit, witness, and place in and beyond the American Southwest.

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