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Publisher & Editor in Chief
ERIC AKOTO [email protected], @eric_akoto A keen runner and hiker Eric Akoto’s passions lie in innovation, fairness and free speech. Eric Akoto is Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts by invitation. Akoto founded the Warwick University Young writers competition and has written for various publications and contributed to various books on culture. He also guest curates and comperes at festivals such as The Brooklyn Book Festival, The Jaipur Literary and Arts festival (the largest in the world) and The Hay Festival. He is the founder and editor of Litro Magazine a fully fledged literary and creative arts platform supporting emerging and established writers in across the globe. Founded in London by Akoto over 15 years ago. Prior to Litro Akoto was the founder of the publishing house Ocean Media Books. He is 40 years old and currently resides in New York and London. He highly recommends a morning meditation to start your day… Hay Festival.
Barney Walsh. Barney is Litro Magazine’s Assistant Fiction & #Storysunday Editor. Barney Walsh is a graduate of the University of Manchester’s MA in creative writing whose stories have appeared in Willesden Herald: New Short Stories 7, The Big Issue in the North: Award for Short Fiction 2013, Unthology 4, The Warwick Review, Unthology 7, Inky Needles’ Celebrity and Speed, and Shooter Literary Magazine.
Catherine McNamara Flash Fiction Editor, Catherine McNamara grew up in Sydney, ran away to Paris at twenty-one to write, and ended up in West Africa running a bar. Her collection Pelt and Other Stories was long-listed for the Frank O’Connor Award and semi-finalist in the Hudson Prize. Her work has been Pushcart-nominated and published in the U.K., Europe, U.S.A. and Australia. Catherine lives in Italy.
Serene Allen [email protected] Serene is our Media designer & she is based in London with a passion for creating bold, dynamic and memorable short form content. Her skills include video editing, VFX, colour grading and sound mixing. She a passion for storytelling & delivering diversity in content
Inés G. Labarta [email protected] Inés G. Labarta is a writer and artist born in Madrid. She lived in Ireland and Scotland before settling (for the moment) in the northwest of England. Inés writes in both English and Spanish, and her publications include a trilogy of novels, Los Pentasónicos (Edebé, 2008-2010), and the novellas McTavish Manor (Holland House, 2016), and Kabuki (Dairea, 2017). She has a Creative Writing PhD from Lancaster University. She lectures in Creative Writing at Lancaster University and the University of Central Lancashire. As an illustrator and cartoonist, she shares her work on Instagram at @InesGLabarta. In 2018, Inés launched an on-line publication and podcast called The Wandering Bard that features migrant artists and focuses on the connections between travelling and creativity.
Michael Aliprandini [email protected] Originally from the USA, Michael Aliprandini lives and works in a mountaintop village near the geographical center of Italy. His writings have appeared in several literary publications, most recently Angry Old Man Magazine (“Have You Seen This Man?”) and Gravel Literary Journal (“After the Assassination”).
Jayne Marshall [email protected] Jayne is a published fiction and creative nonfiction writer. Educated to Masters level and speaks Spanish fluently. For eight years she was the Director of a Community Arts Space in Bristol (UK). Jayne has participated in events such as the IMPACT Print Festival in Santander (Spain) and recently completed an editorial internship at Creative Nonfiction magazine in Pittsburgh (USA).