Nick Greene is Editor-at-Large for He has written about trying to ride the entire New York Subway system in one day, surviving the apocalypse without a spare set of contact lenses, and whether or not Elvis was actually any good at karate. Originally from Chicago, he currently lives in Oakland, California.

Kristin Hunt is a writer and professional movie geek. She's previously worked on the digital teams at Thrillist and Maxim, but you can also find her byline on GQ, Nerve, and Paste.

Beth Anne Macaluso is an editor for In her spare time, she enjoys reading, running, and figuring out which wines pair best with her favorite cereals. She lives in Hoboken with her dog Ruthie, who is named after Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Rebecca O'Connell is an assistant editor for She spends her free time prowling flea markets, making increasingly elaborate grilled cheeses, and watching 90s cult television. She lives in Brooklyn with two roommates and a dog with more sass than fur.

Alex Segura is a novelist and comic book writer. Down the Darkest Street, the second book in his Miami crime series starring washed-up journalist Pete Fernandez, hits April 12 from Polis Books. The first book, Silent City, was reissued in March. You can find Alex at

Stephanie Vermillion is an NYC-based media professional, travel writer and photographer. Her travel blog, The Wanderlost Way, offers tips, guides, and stories to help people of all experience levels embrace their spontaneity and curiosity for one-of-a-kind adventures. Connect with Stephanie on Instagram @TheWanderlostWay.