Stuart VailFounder, Editor-in-Chief • Los Angeles CA • Stuart has produced TheScreamOnline since 2001. His former Vail Graphics designed company logos, book and CD covers, and original art. He is currently writing a novel about alchemy. He also works in Hollywood as a film composer.  Past credits include the Batman Animated Series, Mythic Journeys, 1000 Journals, Brian O'Brian, Gravity & Grace yoga DVD, and he has arranged for Andy Wiliams, Cher, Woody Herman, and Magician David Avadon. 
Joanne WarfieldArt & Photography Editor, Art Director • Los Angeles CA • Joanne ran her own art galleries in West Hollywood CA and Spokane WA for many years before finally turning to Fine Art photography herself.  She is the former Director of Exhibitions for Women In Photography International.
Richard NilesMusic Editor • Newport, California • As a composer/arranger/producer, Richard has worked with Paul McCartney, Ray Charles, Tina Turner, Cher, Kylie Minogue, Mariah Carey, Dusty Springfield, James Brown, Michael McDonald, Pet Shop Boys, Pat Metheny, Bob James, Michel Legrand, Ray Charles, Jane Monheit, The Yellowjackets, Silje Nergaard, Bob Mintzer, John Patitucci, and Kiri Te Kanawa. He is also a BBC broadcaster, educator, and the author of The Pat Metheny Interviews.
Kaaren KitchellFiction Editor • Paris, France • Poet and writer of fiction and non-fiction. Her book of poems, The Minotaur Dance, was published in 2003. She received an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles in 2005. Her unpublished novel, The Book of Twelve, tells twelve interlinked stories about a group of artists living in Berkeley, California, interwoven with Greek myth. She and her husband, Richard Beban, have taught Living Mythically, based on her personal vision quest and both of their study of Greek myth, at the C.G. Jung Center in L.A., U. C. Santa Cruz Extension, Esalen, and in private workshops. The Getty Museum has a fine art manuscript of two of their poems. She and Richard publish the online journal, Paris Play, their stories and photographs of Paris, and memoir. She is currently working on a longer series of poems and stories. She offers literary tours of Paris by request.
John KilgoreNon-Fiction Editor • Charleston, Illinois • John taught literature and creative writing at Eastern Illinois University, and retired in August 2010. He has published work in The Nebraska Review, McCall's, Nebula, Space and Time, and The River King Poetry Supplement. He won Illinois Artists Fellowships in 1987 and 1998 and published a small collection, Improbabilities, in 1991. Since 2004 he has been a regular contributor to The Vocabula Review, an online journal. He is currently at work on Don’t Shoot the English Teacher, a collection of linked essays on language and culture. His fantasy novel, Radio Roger, is looking for a home.
John GuzlowskiPoetry Editor • Danville, Virgina • John Guzlowski’s writing appears in The Ontario Review, Garrison Keillor’s Writer’s Almanac, and other journals in the U.S. and abroad. His poems about his parents’ experiences in Nazi concentration camps appear in his book Lightning and Ashes. Regarding the Polish edition of these poems, Nobel Laureate Czeslaw Milosz wrote that the poems were "astonishing." Click his name to see his blog about his parents and their experiences.
Annette HilleslandProof Reader • Seattle, Washington • Annette studied Industrial Design at the University of Washington. Currently employed at a large Architectural firm, she designs furniture, fixtures, and casegoods for retail environments.

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