About The Director and Chief Editor of Algonkian
Michael Neff is a fiction editor, writer, teacher, and publisher. He is the founder and chief editor of WebdelSol.Com, the largest publisher of periodical contemporary fiction in the U.S. He edits the Del Sol Press (recently publishing Michael Brodsky's Detour) and publishes several highly acclaimed national literary magazines including 5_Trope, In Posse Review, La Petite Zine, Perihelion, and The Potomac. He also edits the "Paris Review of the Internet," Del Sol Review, often publishing exceptional Algonkian students. His own work has appeared in such classic literary publications as The Literary Review, North American Review, Mudlark, Quarterly West, Pittsburgh Quarterly, Conjunctions, and American Way Magazine.
Michael has eight years editorial experience in the literary publication business and in working with other editors and writers to hone short fiction and novels into publishable work. In 2001, he was chosen by Writer's Digest as their finalist fiction judge. Fiction published and edited by Michael routinely attracts attention from the best agencies in the country. An interview with him by Poets and Writers magazine can be found here.