Joshua Hren, Ph.D. Editor-in-Chief
Joshua Hren is founder and editor-in-chief of Wiseblood Books. He is also co-founder of the MFA at the University of St. Thomas, Houston. Joshua has published reviews, essays, and poems in such journals as LOGOS, First Things, America, Commonweal, New Oxford Review, The University Bookman, Public Discourse, and Presence, and short stories in numerous literary magazines. He previously served as managing editor of Dappled Things: A Quarterly of Ideas, Art, and Faith. Joshua is the author of Middle-earth and the Return of the Common Good: J.R.R. Tolkien and Political Philosophy (Cascade 2018); This Our Exile (Angelico 2018) which received an Honorable Mention in the 2018 Christianity and Literature Book of the Year Award; In the Wine Press (Angelico 2020), which won First Place in the 2020 Catholic Media Association Book Award (Anthologies); as well as How to Read (and Write) Like a Catholic (TAN 2021). His his novel Infinite Regress is forthcoming in 2022, and both his poetry chapbook Litanies for the Lost and Fugitive Faith: Dana Gioia and Poetry that Matters are under consideration.
Louis B. Woolard-Maltese Managing Editor
Our young squire recently received his Joint Masters in Philosophy and Theology from Boston College where he also served as the Managing Book Review Editor for The Journal of Jesuit Studies. He was the '12 Classical Studies Editor for Vexillum: The UW Journal of Classical and Medieval Studies and the '14 Junior Editor for Athos: PSU Honors Journal. He has written on the fiction of Walker Percy and modernity.
Brittney Hren Office Manager
Brittney is, among a litany of things, the architect of thoughtfulness and order.
We Also Give Thanks to the very fine work of our copyeditors & Student Interns.