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Ali Wisch

Managing editor at SAIL magazine. Big fan of things that float. Sailboats, otters, inflatable pool toys.

Ali Wisch is a marketing professional, published writer, photographer, playwright and artist. She was previously a columnist for Sports Illustrated and Pointsincase.com. Her art and photography has been featured on the covers of Yuan Yang Journal and the Furnace Review. You can also find it spotlighted in the Fuselit Journal, Honey Land Review, Bellingham Review, Baltimore Review, and twice in the Boxcar Poetry Review. She is the author of two published and produced plays, “The Hot Pink Meltdown,” and “Twenty-Five Squirrels.” Ali is also the creator, writer, and editor of the popular Boston-based blog, "The MBTA Ruined My Life," which was featured in The Boston Globe and Bostinno.com. Most recently she was published in the February 2016 edition of Sail Magazine. She currently resides with her partner, Phil on their sailboat in Boston Harbor where she writes for their blog, Alionaboat.com.

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