Publisher: Ian Koss

Editor-in-Chief / Features Editor: James Mann

Events Editor: Jen Cray

Reviews Editor: Kurt Channing

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Screen Editor: Carl Glaser

Staff: Al Pergande, Alexa Harris, Andrew Ellis, Bob Pomeroy, Carl F Gauze, Carl F Gazue, Carl F. Gauze, Christopher Long, Daniel Mitchell, David Whited, Doug Hoekstra, Eric J. Iannelli, Gail Worley, Generoso and Lily Fierro, Generoso Fierro, Generoso Fierro and Lily Fierro, Ian Koss, Ink 19 Staff, James Mann, Jared Campbell, Jen Cray, Joe Frietze, Julius C. Lacking, Laura Pontillo, Lily and Generoso Fierro, May Terry, Michelle Wilson, Rick Harris, Rob Levy, Roi Tamkin, Rose Petralia, Scott Adams, Steve Stav, Vanna Porter

Senior Intern: Robert Koss

Lowly Intern: Brett Martin


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