Christopher Busa – Founder and Editor
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Christopher Busa, 
founder and editor, was born in New York City in 1946, the son of a painter who participated in the formative years of  Abstract Expressionism. Spending part of every year in Provincetown since infancy, he slowly absorbed its mythology as a place where artists  and writers gather to work and live. After graduation from the University of Minnesota he studied for a year in Paris at the Sorbonne, and then pursued a Ph.D. for ten years while teaching English at Rutgers University.

His interviews and profiles of artists and writers have appeared in the Paris ReviewArts, Partisan ReviewGarden Design, and other magazines. Two published pieces were reprinted in Interviews and Encounters with Stanley Kunitz, edited by Stanley Moss (Sheep Meadow Press). Another essay, “Being a Great Man Is a Thesis Invented by Others,” appeared in Such Desperate Joy: Imagining Jackson Pollock (Thunder’s Mouth Press). He has curated exhibitions and written catalog introductions for many artists. He co-edited and introduced the Erotic Works of D.H. Lawrence (Crown, 1989), the subject of his dissertation. He is the author of The Provincetown Artists Cookbook, with Written Sketches of the Artists Creating a Contemporary Portrait of the Town as an Art Colony (Abingdon, 1988). Over the past 20 years he has taped several hundred interviews and created files on over 1000 artists and writers in preparation for a comprehensive title about the century-long history of the art colony.

His WOMR-FM 92.1 radio program, “ArtTalk,” airs three times a month over the past five years, introducing new and established artists, performers, and writers discussing their current project and what moves them to do it. He is a member of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA), based in Paris, and he is one of 16 members of the American New England Chapter, which selects two dozen “Best of” exhibitions annually in museums, commercial galleries, and university art galleries in painting, sculpture, and architecture. He is on the board of the Norman Mailer Society and on the editorial board of the Mailer Review, published by the Society and by the University of South Florida. He teaches one semester a year in the low-residency Graduate Program in Creative Writing at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania.

Brett Sokol – Managing Editor
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Brett Sokol,
managing editor, is a contributing writer on the arts for the The New York Times. His writing on cultural issues has also appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Miami Herald, New York magazine, The Awl, and Slate. He is the co-founder and editor of Letter16 Press, a non-profit publishing house spotlighting the work of pre-digital era Miami photographers focused on the sweet spot between photojournalism and art.

Ingrid Aue – Marketing and Advertising Director
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Ingrid Aue, marketing and advertising director, joined the magazine in 2004. She has master’s degrees in sociology and German from Goethe University in Frankfurt, as well as a degree in graphic design from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She maintains a graphic design studio in Boston and creates many of the ads for the magazine.

Christopher Busa

Brett Sokol

Ingrid Aue

Susan Rand Brown
Christopher Busa, Clerk
John Ciluzzi
Alexandra Cromwell
Raymond Elman
Paul Endich
Hon. Michael Jones, President
David Keller
Dean Pappas, MD
Denise Pappas
Bettina Rosarius
Brett Sokol

Mary Abell
Charles Bergman
Stephen Borkowski
Anthony Doniger, Esq.
Bill Evaul
Bill Jensen
Fred Leebron
Anne-Marie Levine
Jennifer Liese
Mary Maxwell
Gail Mazur
Richard McCann
Susan Mitchell
Taylor M. Polites
Mira Schor
Phillip H. Willkie