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Andrew Tye is an undergraduate at Princeton University studying Religion with a certificate in Creative Writing. He works at Nassau Literary Review as the project manager, in addition to being a contributing staff writer. When not living for televised drag competitions, he can be found reading, spending time with friends, or overanalyzing his and others' birth charts.
Esther Lin was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and lived in the United States as an undocumented immigrant for 21 years. Her poems have appeared in Copper Nickel, the Cortland Review, Crazyhorse, Drunken Boat, the Missouri Review Online, and Vinyl. She is a 2017-19 Wallace Stegner Fellow at Stanford University, and is the recipient of the Crab Orchard Review’s 2018 Richard Peterson Poetry Prize, the inaugural Undocupoets fellowship, and a Poets House Emerging Poets fellowship.
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Veronica Nelson is a University of Arkansas graduate based in Austin, Texas. She has a degree in English with a concentration in Creative Writing. She previously wrote content for a classical music segment on an NPR station. Currently, she handles digital marketing for small businesses around the country. She hates when people make her choose between fiction and poetry. She spends her spare time writing, making fiber art, and trying to perfect her vegan queso recipe.
Katelyn Pan is an unapologetic Californian native and a senior at Homestead High School. She works as the business manager for the Epitaph and was awarded NSPA Marketer of the Year in 2018. Her work has been published in Frontier Magazine and recognized by the Rotary Club. In her free time, she likes to read Russian literature, expand her collection of hydroflasks, and play the piano.
Katrina Lee is a third-year student at the University of Chicago. Her prose has been recognized by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, and has appeared in The Marble Collection and Sliced Bread. When she isn’t working on a computer science project, she can be found arguing about em dashes in the Chicago Maroon newsroom.
Nadia Farjami is a junior in high school from Southern California. Her writing has been recognized by the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the Nancy Thorp Poetry Contest, and the Los Angeles Youth Poet Laureate competition. Nadia is also a writer and editor for GLUE Magazine, a writer for Affinity Magazine, and a reader for Polyphony H.S.
Eileen Huang is a senior at High Technology High School in Lincroft, New Jersey. Her work has been recognized by the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, TEDx, the Kenyon Review's Patricia Grodd Poetry Prize for Young Writers, and the Poetry Society of the United Kingdom. From 2015-2016, she served as one of five student poets in the National Student Poets Program, the nation's highest honor for youth poets presenting original work. She currently serves as a prose editor for TRACK//FOUR, a literary journal for writers of color. She will attend Yale University in the fall.
Felix Lecocq is a second-year undergraduate student at the University of Chicago. Primarily a spoken word poet, his work was featured at Spoken Word London's 3rd Anniversary. Felix is one of two co-presidents of the performance art group The Underground Collective, and currently spends his free time working on the first draft of a YA novel.
Amelia Van Donsel is an undergraduate at Bard College studying English. Her work has been recognized multiple times nationally by Hollins University, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, and featured in such publications as the Claremont Review, Flash Fiction Magazine, Crashtest Magazine, Parallax Magazine, the Best Teen Writing of 2016, among others.
Becky Wolfson is a rising freshman at Brown University from Potomac, Maryland. Her work has been recognized by the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, VerbalEyze Press, KidSpirit, Moledro Magazine, and elsewhere. She serves as an editor of her school's newspaper, the Churchill Observer.
Cindy Xie is a high school sophomore living in Los Angeles, California. She enjoys reading, writing, and exploring literature, and holds a longtime love for the power of words that she hopes to share with others. She likes to spend time in the company of books, music, and science.
Eric Zhou is a freshman at the University of California, Davis. He is currently studying computer science, and still maintains his undying love for the language arts. He wrote his first book at fifteen, self-published his second book at sixteen, and recently just finished up his third book at eighteen.