About

7x20Founded in 2009 by Joanne Merriam, @7×20 is an online magazine using Twitter as its publishing platform, for readers at home and on mobile devices.

Many thanks to the talented and generous Jennifer Romita, who designed our original logo.

For a collection of work from our first two years, check out 140 and Counting (Upper Rubber Boot Books).

The Editors

Joanne Merriam (Founding Editor) is the owner and editor of Upper Rubber Boot Books. Her poetry and fiction has appeared in dozens of magazines and journals, including The Antigonish Review, Asimov’s Science Fiction, The Fiddlehead, The Furnace Review, Grain, The Magazine of Speculative Poetry, The Mainichi Daily News, Per Contra, Riddle Fence, Room of One’s Own, Strange Horizons and Vallum Contemporary Poetry, as well as in the anthologies Ice: new writing on hockey, To Find Us: Words and Images of Halifax and The Allotment: New Lyric Poets. Originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia, she has lived in Kentucky and New Hampshire, and now resides in Nashville, Tennessee.

Check out her website here and follow her on twitter!

Julia Patt (Editor-in-Chief) is a writer, blogger, and editor from Maryland. She holds degrees from the Graduate Institute at St. John’s College and the MFA program at UNC Greensboro, where she was a fiction editor for The Greensboro Review. Her stories appear in such publications as Vestal ReviewSouthern Women’s ReviewPhantom Drift, The Fabulist, and Surreal South ’11, and she was recently a runner-up in the 2014 Seán Ó Faoláin Short Story Competition.

Check out her personal blog here and follow her on twitter!

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