Oakley Thompson is a Senior English major with a minor in Creative Writing.
Cambria is an senior in bachelor of liberal studies. She wishes after graduating to take all the different studies she has acquired to help change some of the social issues in the country. Pronouns she/her.
Kathryn McGehee is a visual artist, community arts educator, and book nerd. Her artwork and her poetry often intersect with one another in both topic and form, making her a storyteller of multiple media. McGehee came to SIUE to pursue dual degrees in Art Education and Studio Art. She previously earned degree in Art History from the University of Missouri–St. Louis. Pronouns: She/her
Kayla is a senior at SIUE. She plans to go into publishing after she graduates. Pronouns: she/her
Margaret Smith is a research assistant professor of digital humanities in the IRIS Center and a historian of medieval and early modern Ireland.
BayLee Wetzel is a junior majoring in English and minoring in creative writing and Spanish. She hopes to one day be a published fiction writer. Pronouns: She/Her
Emma Walke is a Secondary English Education major with SIUE and plans to teach to her heart’s content after graduation. Their passions lie with reading books, writing papers, and helping people become better humans. Pronouns: she/they
Heather Johnson is an Associate Professor in the Department of English Language and Literature and proud teacher of some very talented students. Pronouns: She/her
Melanie is a Communications major at SIUE minoring in Literature. Pronouns: She/her
Gavin Hosto is an English major with a Creative Writing minor. His dream is to be a screenwriter and/or director and he’s a huge horror fanatic. email@example.com Pronouns: He/him
Katie is an English Major at SIUE minoring in Business. Pronouns: She/Her
Alexandria Ouimet is a graduate student at SIUE studying Literature. She is also a teaching assistant for the first year writing program teaching English 101 and English 102 and plans to one day teach English for a living at either a high school or college level. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. Pronouns: she/her.
Emily Wolff is currently finishing her first year of her master’s degree in literature. She is also a graduate teaching assistant at SIUE teaching first year writing. Pronouns: She/her
Nicole is an English major planning to earn a Master’s in Library Sciences. They currently work as a freelance artist and enjoy boothing at local conventions. Pronouns: She/they
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Koren Frideres is a senior English major. She hopes to enter the publishing field after graduation. Pronouns: She/her
Kevin Cox is a senior English Major at SIUE and he didn’t even go mad once in the madness class, no madder how hard he tried. Pronouns: He/him
Hannah is an English major at SIUE. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in game narration or editing. Pronouns: She/her
Nixy is a Psychology student at SIUe who’s studies and research focus on adolescent development and childhood disorders. They are a Crisis Intervention Specialist with aspirations to become a counselor specializing in adolescents. They can be contacted at email@example.com Pronouns: Any
Kyrie Watson is a senior at SIUE majoring in History and pursuing a minor in both Literature and Sociology. Pronouns: She/her
Elizabeth Donald (she/her) is a journalist and author with more than 25 years in the word business. She is currently a graduate teaching assistant at SIUE, pursuing a masters degree in media theory and MFA in creative writing, and teaches journalism at St. Louis University. She is also a freelance editor, photographer and writing coach; and an author of horror and science fiction. Twitter: @edonaldmedia or @edonald