Robert S. Fogarty
Editor since 1977 Author and editor of eight books including Duty and Desire at Oneida (2000); “Literary Energy” in Editors on Fiction (1995); Special Love/Special Sex (1994) and All Things New: American Communes and Utopian Movements, 1860–1914, with articles and essays in The Nation, Times Literary Supplement, Manoa, and Boulevard, among others. Recipient of the PEN / American Center Nora Magid lifetime achievement award for magazine editing 2003; Fulbright Distinguished Roving Lectureship in Korea; Visiting Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford; New York University Institute for the Humanities; Newberry Library; Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Finalist for “National Magazine Award” sponsored by the Columbia School of Journalism four years out of the last six.
Office Manager since 2016 Ensures timely publication of The Antioch Review, including smooth coordination of production, from manuscript receipt and correspondence with authors, financial data management, overseeing fundraising efforts, keeping the website updated, supervising part-time student employees and volunteers, to proofreading and more. Previous employment includes editor-in-chief for the global Reed Elsevier Innovation News, senior communications lead for Reed Elsevier Innovation, and extensive legal experience working as a senior trial paralegal. Cynthia has a black belt in communications (2014) and degrees in Management (concentrations in Communications and Human Resources) and Human Development from Antioch University McGregor (n/k/a Antioch University Midwest).
Poetry Editor since 1996 Author of four poetry collections: To Put The Mouth To (1992), selected for the National Poetry Series; Anatomy, Errata (1998), winner of the OSU Award in Poetry; The Promised Folly (2003); and Three Trios, translations of the imaginary poet J II (2007). She also collaborated with David Lehman on Poetry Forum: A Pl’em or “play poem” which she illustrated (2007). She has received awards from the Guggenheim, the Ingram Merrill Foundation, and the NEA. For a time, she directed the PEN Syndicated Fiction Project and served as senior program specialist for the NEA Literature Program. She now teaches at the California Institute of Technology.
Jane Hill Baker
Production Editor since 1975 Responsible for copy editing manuscripts, preparing computerized files for printer, and handling production details. Ms. Baker has been a freelance writer and editor for more than 40 years. Her previous employment includes Assistant Director of Publications for Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, where she assisted in running a 43-person department.
Design Editor since 1975 Responsible for all design questions. A graduate of the London Central School of Art, his work has been honored with publication in five Swiss Graphis Annuals, designed the Peace Corps poster (which was adapted for a commemorative U. S. postage stamp), has received three Ohio Arts Council project grants, and has seen his work exhibited in the U. S., England, Ireland and Israel. He has won thirty art director awards and was a winner in an international Conference of Graphic Designers (ICOGRADA) competition.