fS Welcomes Ethan Vilu to the Editorial Team

1 month, 1 week

After six wonderful years and many issues of filling Station, Weyman Chan has decided to step down as Poetry Editor. Weyman has been an integral part of filling Station's community and has been responsible for the inclusion of some of the best poets in our pages. We are immensely grateful and will miss Weyman's leadership very much, but he will still be around to read poetry submissions and to make us laugh at editorial meetings. We wish you all the best, Weyman! 

Stepping into the Poetry Editor position is Ethan Vilu, a member of filling Station's poetry collective. Ethan Vilu is a poet and editor from Calgary, Alberta. Their longsheet A Decision Re: Zurich was published by The Blasted Tree in 2020, and their poetry and reviews have appeared in a variety of outlets. In addition to their work with filling Station, Ethan has previously served as the Managing Editor for NōD Magazine and as the Founding Editor of Trouble Among The Stars. 

Welcome, Ethan! We are very excited to see what kinds of work you choose to grace our pages. 

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