DR STEPHEN SETTERBERG
ANNE MARIE WIRTH CAUCHON Editor-in-Chief
Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon, PhD. is co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of Stillpoint Magazine, Creative Director of PrairieCare Institute’s Center for Applied Psychoanalysis, the mother of two, holds a PhD in English and Comparative Literature from the University of Minnesota, and is the author of the novel Nothing.
KATE HOLFORD Art Director
Kate Holford is co-founder and Art Director of Stillpoint Magazine. Based in Glasgow, she is an artist and writer. She has studied at Glasgow School of Art and Falmouth Art School. Previously, she was Deputy Director of Stillpoint Spaces London, and before that she ran a bookshop.
ARIADNA GARCÍA LLORENTE Managing Editor
Ariadna García Llorente is a Spanish researcher, writer, and literary translator based in London. As well as her role as Managing Editor, Ariadna is Stillpoint Magazine‘s Spanish translator. She graduated in comparative literature, philosophy, and publishing, and is currently undertaking an MA in Psychoanalytic Studies at Birkbeck. Her passion for psychoanalysis on a theoretical level has fluctuated into an interest in the clinic, for which she has just started the clinical training at CFAR.
NICKY NI Sustainability Coordinator
Nicky Ni is Sustainability Coordinator at Stillpoint Magazine. She is an arts administrator, writer, curator and co-founder of TNL (aka. The Neu Lithium), an online platform for time-based and media arts. When she’s not working, she likes to geek out on coffee, scout around for techno music and fall asleep in video installations. Nicky is a Chinese expat lurking in Chicago.
DAVID PETERKA Assistant Editor
David Peterka received his MA in English literature from Syracuse University in 2019. He has done editorial work for Milkweed Editions.
TOMAS BAKKER Intern
Tomas Bakker is an intern for Stillpoint Magazine, based in London. He recently graduated from the University of Manchester, reading Economics and Philosophy. Alongside his position at Stillpoint, he is a member of the newly founded Goldhawk Sounds, a nonprofit organisation providing youths with access to music tuition in London.
TAHNAHGA YAKO Elder-in-Residence
Tahnahga Yako is Mohawk, Taino and Ojibwa who was adopted into the lineage of her grandmother Keewaydinoquay. She has been named within the Longhouse and also carries her name from her grandmother’s lineage. Tahnahga Yako is a Chaplain and Cultural Liaison who has worked in serving the American Indian community within the Great Lakes region as a person who shares traditional cultural practices that promote healing for the ongoing of her people.
KYMARA AKINPELUMI Arts Intern
Kymara Akinpelumi is the arts department intern for Stillpoint Magazine, a proud northerner of the UK who dances between Manchester and London. She is an artist and speaker who works primarily with the photographic medium, using digital media as a tool for social discourse. She is mostly known for her self-portrait series Dichotomy, an educational series which gives insight into her experience of being mixed. She is passionate about rap music, arts education, and travel, and she loves an occasion.
MATHILDE RAMADIER Translator, French
Mathilde Ramadier is a French writer of non-fiction essays and graphic novels (among others Sartre, a graphic biography, ed. NBM, NY) living between Berlin and Southern France. She studied philosophy at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris and is currently finishing a master’s degree in Psychoanalysis at the University of Montpellier.
WILLIAM BARYLO Translator & Copy Editor, French
William Barylo (PhD., EHESS) is a UK-based researcher in Sociology. He is passionate about how young Muslims in Europe and North America use their cultural heritage and religious ethics to improve society through arts, the environment, social and economic justice and mental health. As a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Warwick, his current project “The Diaspora Strikes Back” explores activism amongst Sikh and Muslim millennials in Europe. He is the author of Young Muslim Change-Makers (2017).
NICK PORTUGAL Translator, Russian
Nick Portugal believes that each individual lives as many lives as they speak languages. In addition to his native Russian, he has been fortunate to travel the world and dedicate some years to exploring Mandarin, English and most recently French. Based in Toronto, Nick enjoys occasionally going back to his earliest career as a translator, to try and create textual links among these cultures.