Geoffrey Abrams, author of Ohana, resides in the sunflower state of Kansas. When he is not shucking corn or working as a farm-hand, Geoffrey loves to watch tornadoes form and sit on his back porch, chewing on a bundle of wheat.
Rachel Charles is the author and creator of Fatherhood and Friendship: A Short Memoir Through Music and a short story titled Funeral Planning. Rachel is a Writing, Literature, and Publishing major from Baltimore, Maryland who loves sunbathing and bird watching. When she’s not writing or laying out in the sun, she’s rifling through old records at second hand stores or listening to music with her orange tabby cat Ramen.
Anne-Claire Edwards, author of I Wish I Loved Chris and Strength in Destructive Communities: An Analysis of Online Eating Disorder Platforms, is a VMA major from Houston, Texas. She is an avid fan of Spongebob Squarepants and Sanrio. You’ll probably find her wasting away in her room in typical hot girl fashion.
Isabel Gallego, author of Shadow of a Woman’s Body, is a Business of Creative Enterprises major from the suburbs of New York. She spends her days listening and finding new tunes and writing down her many thoughts and feelings. She loves exploring the grass and the trees, drinking lots of tea, and admiring the women of the world.
Mariel Gousios is the author of City of Good Neighbors. She is from Buffalo, New York, even though she will always explain she lived in New Hampshire first, until she was 16. She enjoys writing shitty poetry on the esplanade, listening to MCR, and wearing the same two motorcycle t-shirts on repeat.
Huck Henderschedt is the author of Move to the Music. He is a Political Communication major from Beijing, St. Louis, or Hawaii depending on the day you ask him. He enjoys listening to music, playing video games, and collecting things relating to his interests. 他会说三个语言：英文，中文，和日文。九年他在中国，两年在台湾，差不多八年在美国。
Lex is the author of what i cannot say and the creator/writer/director of Rat Race. A Media Arts Production major with a focus in Directing Narrative Fiction, they love music production, Succession, Neil Breen (ironically), and lemon poppy anything. You’ll probably find them bitching over the bagels in Massachusetts, being the NJ resident that they are.
Monika Krueger is the author of A Formal Farewell to My Driver’s License, More Bananas, and A Permanent Love Letter. She is a Writing, Literature and Publishing major from a suburb outside of Chicago. She enjoys reading, hiking, and seeing live music. She is also an employee at Emerson’s library and a designer for various on-campus magazines. Her single goal in life is to get a Chow Chow dog, whom she will name Chowder.
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Isabelle McMahan is the author of Where Knowledge is Found. She is a Creative Writing major from Williamsburg, Virginia. When she’s not hunched over her computer (ruining her back) writing, you can find her with a coffee, tea, boba, or any other silly little drink in her hand (stay hydrated).
Emma Millin is the author of Gamergate and Dragon Age: Defying the Everlasting Gamergate Culture, Lesbian Vampires and the Complicated Impacts of Queercoding, and Our Nation’s Values. Emma is a Creative Writing major from Grand Rapids, Michigan. She knows too much about too many video games, and spends too much time on the internet. She has six cats that she loves very much, and is chronically tired.
Riley Nemes is the author of Isn’t Love Just So Poetic and Discomfort Leads to Disassociation: Sexism in the Classroom; How Women Lose the Drive to Learn. She is a Journalism Major and Publishing Minor student from Middleboro, Massachusetts. She loves reading, writing, watching K-dramas and listening to music. You will often find her staring fondly into the eyes of her cat Tokyo.
Ava Selby, author of Let’s Not Be Dramatic Here, is from western Maryland. She is a Media Arts Production major with a minor in Pre-Law. She loves writing, painting, early-morning hikes, and music. If you spot her walking down the street, she can almost always be found with her headphones in.
Lilly Sigersmith is a contributor to the construction of the journal. She is a Communications major, yet has a rather hard time communicating. She enjoys being outside especially when she can spend time with her dalmatian dog (Roman), soon to be coat. She works at a farm table market in Old Lyme, CT where she gardens, cooks, and works with animals.
Vivian Swanson, author of Like Icarus, I Yearned for the Sky and Car Centric Infrastructure, the Advent of Technology, and Its Impact on the Youth, is from Grayslake, Illinois. As a creative writing major, she spends a majority of her time with her eyes glazed over, transported and dreaming in a different world. If she isn’t writing, you can find her playing video games well into the morning, a night owl at heart.
Julianna (Jules) Tague is the author of Amber, Alabaster, or Orange: A Memoir in Color. She hails from the great state of Michigan and is an Interdisciplinary Studies major focusing on language and culture. Jules loves jazz, knit sweaters, spending time outdoors, and tracking random planes on Flightradar24.