JOSH MCILVAIN (Editor, “Health Insurance and the Girl”), playwright, poet, musician, fiction writer, and professional man about town, grew up in Philadelphia. He moved to New York, and then back to Philadelphia, gaining weight as a consequence. He actually followed the Phillies during the Shane Rawley years and feels the Eagles should have never traded Keith Jackson. The chicken cutlet with broccoli rabe and roasted peppers covered in melted sharp provolone at Pagano’s under Ross’s at Eighth & Market is one of his favorite sandwiches.
Josh is also edited the second volume of Philly Fiction.