MARK DOMMU (Editor-In-Chief/Founder) is a writer living in Brooklyn and the reigning ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ trivia champion of New York City. Mark is the Culture Editor of HEEB magazine and contributes to several other publications. Mark created, writes and stars in ‘I Give Good Hebrew’, a webseries about a wacky young rabbi. In his spare time Mark writes very strange fiction, dances like a demon, falls asleep in parks, reads obsessively and drinks as much whiskey as possible.
APNEET KAUR (Fashion Editor), a California grown fashion writer and classical music student, is a transplant to New York City who now lives in Brooklyn with her pug Chapeau. Her passion for vintage clothing and photography inspired her to establish her very own vintage store, Whiskey and Lace Vintage. Apneet also contributes to several fashion websites covering press reviews and fashion week events. She also runs a personal style blog called “The Fabric Snob”.
LIZ DELEO (Art Editor) Hailing from the Last Frontier and now residing in Brooklyn, New York, Liz Deleo is a freelance photographer documenting the last seven years and present as the self-titled “Naked American.” Creating large-scale bodies of work from documentation of the human and its environment and transforming them into stop-motion film is Liz’s current project, but her affair with ‘Americana’ never gets left behind. After graduating with a BA in Art Criticism and Ostentation from Marymount Manhanttan College in 2011 Liz now spends her time leading the crusade upon Instagram, and dreaming of a late afternoon whiskey with Roald Dahl.
Carolyn Gilliam (Advice) is a Brooklyn based writer and performer. She is a part of Descent, a performance group which creates and performs party theatre all over New York City. In their most recent show, GRAVITY, she plays the title character, an evil underlord. A graduate of Boston University’s School of Theatre, she has performed in many off-Broadway and avant garde shows since moving to NY three years ago. She looks forward to the creation of her 1st EP as her musician alter ego, Solid Gold. Carolyn is an avid nerd and book reader.
PAUL LEOPOLD (Performance Editor/Events Director) is a bacchant. As the director of Descent, a Brooklyn based performance group, Paul has directed and produced GRAVITY at House of Yes, ENTOMO at the American Repertory Theatre’s Club Oberon and Ben Thompson’s Fucking Girls at Horse Trade Theatre’s Frigid New York Festival. He is currently developing BOY WOLF, a psychedelic queer katabasis excavating the tension between hedonism and mortality. Paul is on the faculty and administrative team at Brooklyn Arts Exchange in Park Slope. Originally from West Palm Beach, Florida, Paul has a BFA in Theatre Arts from Boston University. Additionally, he has studied with theatre collectives SITI Company, Double Edge Theatre and Irondale Ensemble Project.
WILL SIMPSON (Music Editor) is a writer and musician living in Brooklyn, New York. He earned a degree in Creative Writing from Hunter College and now devotes his time and energy to poetry, short fiction, and songwriting. In his creative work, Will is especially fond of understatement and the ironic conflict derived from a conversational tone in junction with a brutal narrative. Will appreciates all walks of artistic expression, though he most enjoys that of James Wright, Elizabeth Bishop, Brian Wilson, and Edward Hopper, among many others. When not writing or playing in the band, you may find will taking a walk around his neighborhood, reading on the subway, or cooking with his girlfriend Liz. He also likes gin and tonics and to sketch.