Pencilhouse Staff & Board of Directors


Staff & Board 

Jason W. McGlone


JASON W. MCGLONE edits the process-centered journal Zero Readers.  He holds a MFA from Queens University of Charlotte, as well as a BA in English and a grad certificate in Nonprofit Management from Northern Kentucky University and lives with his family in Cincinnati. Jason’s work has appeared in Autofocus, X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine, Stanchion, Potluck Magazine, Sledgehammer Lit, Glint Literary Journal, Briefly Zine, BS/WS Zine and more.


Jill McGlone

JILL MCGLONE holds a MS in Library Science from the University of Kentucky, an MA in Teaching as well as a BA in English from Northern Kentucky University.  She taught English at the high school level for nine years before moving to instructional coaching and eventually librarianship in the Campbell County, KY school system, where she’s presently working on library gamification. 


Elishia Chamberlain

ELISHIA CHAMBERLAIN holds a MPA from NKU, and has fifteen years of local government management and nonprofit management experience. With a fine arts background and a love for creative writing, she is thrilled to lend her nonprofit management experience to support the Pencilhouse mission. She once won the Governor’s Cup gold medal for creative writing; having peaked at eleven with this minor success, Elishia has since stayed in her lane with academic writing. She was most recently published in Local Development and Society Journal.  Elishia lives with her best human friend, a disgruntled cat, and her best dog friend. Occasionally she moonlights as an actress, dancer, and bourbon connoisseur.


Ashley Warlick

ASHLEY WARLICK is the author of four novels. Her work has appeared in Redbook, The Oxford American, McSweeney’s, and Garden and Gun, among others. The youngest ever recipient of the Houghton Mifflin Literary Fellowship, she has also received a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. She teaches fiction in the MFA program at Queens University of Charlotte and is the editor of the South Carolina food magazine edibleUpcountry. She is also the buyer at M. Judson Booksellers and Storytellers in Greenville, SC, where she lives with her family.