Gerry LaFemina is also a noted editor, having been the founding editor of Controlled Burn (1995-2002), co-editor and co-publihser of Review Revue (2001-2005), and managing editor of Nightsun (2004-2008). He also serves as an at-large poetry editor for the Broadkill Review and as a contributing editor to the Ashland Univeristy Press Robert McGovern Award.
Gerry has also served as editor or co-editor for numerous poetry anthologies:
  • Poetry 30: Thirty-something American Thirty-something Poets, Mammoth Books, 2005. (co-edited with Daniel Crocker)
  • Evensong: Contemporary American Poets of Spirituality, Bottom Dog Press, 2006. (co-edited with Chad Prevost)
  • Token Entry: New York City Subway Poems, Smalls Books, 2012
Lo-fi Poetry Series
Gerry LaFemina has teamed up with City Lit Press editor/ publisher Gregg Wilhelm to put out the Lo-fi Poetry Series, in which poets cover your record collection. The first book in the series covered the Clash's London Calling: Clash by Night  came out in 2016.
The second book in the series, Poet Sounds, edited by Gerry and Autumn House Press editor Christine Stroud, covers the immortal Beach Boys record, Pet Sounds and will be released in early 2017. For more information on the Lo-fi Series, click here.