Sarah Sandman is the founding editor of The Dandelion Review. Sarah is a poet and essayist. Her work has been published most recently in Map Points and The Tavern Lantern. She is currently working on a book-length project of short essays. Her chapbook, I Speak Moan, is available through Finishing Line Press.

Sarah is passionate about many things including making space for voices that are often not heard, or just not heard enough. She has always wanted to help people get their writing into the world, and spends much of her time in the classroom teaching creative writing at Indiana University Purdue University Fort Wayne. She lives in Fort Wayne with her partner and her dog–she drinks too much coffee, and she has dandelions in her yard.


Social Media Director/Event Coordinator

Erica Anderson-Senter lives and writes in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Pieces have appeared in Specter, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, and the upcoming issue of PIQUE: Fort Wayne. Her chapbook, seven days now, was published by The Dandelion Review. Erica hosts free literary events throughout her city to bring art to the public. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing through the Writing Seminars at Bennington College in Bennington, Vermont.



Graphic Design Editor

Jack Meriwether is a visual artist and poet from the Midwest. They studied theater in college but aren’t super into musicals. Jack’s work is interested in the mysteries of being a middle child, his quarter-life crises, and Gay Pain. Buy them coffee and cigarettes if you want them to love you. They are currently working on finishing their first manuscript of poems. View more of their work at jackmeriwether.com.