Meet The Staff
Editor in Chief
Grace is graduate student pursuing a masters in English Education, and has a BA in English and Creative Writing! Her long term goal is to be a high school English teacher and possibly publish her own poetry. She loves to read, crochet, and hangout with the cats at the animal shelter or her lizard Stewart.
Emy is a sophomore in Professional and Technical Writing from near Richmond, VA! She grew up in an army family and has lived in multiple parts of the US. Outside of class, most of her time is spent practicing for the Marching Virginians in the MV Pix. When she's not at band, Emy can be found researching, creative writing, camping, and hanging an overzealous amount of string lights and dreamcatchers in her dorm.
Parker is a senior studying Creative Writing and Cinema. He’s a big fan of yours, and can’t wait to read what you write. He’s been trapped in a “Meet the Staff” webpage for the past six months. Please inform someone who deals with this type of thing.
Kiera majors in clinical neuroscience, and might add a double major in philosophy or minor in language sciences. She's so excited to have this opportunity as poetry editor to be exposed to so many fresh ideas here at Tech! It is how she intend to stay connected to the craft and the community behind it even as she pursues different courses of study. Happy writing!
Josh is currently a Senior 0.6 (he will graduate next December) within the Wildlife Conservation major, who is also pursuing a minor in Creative Writing. He is an avid birder, herper (finder of reptiles and amphibians), and wildlife photographer, rarely seen outdoors without binoculars and a camera. He is passionate about writing poems and prose about his experiences in nature and his travels in pursuit of it, and hopes to one day publish his works in books and magazines. He is seen here, sweat-drenched, dehydrated, semi sleep-deprived, and with a torn shirt, but joyful nonetheless, after crashing through the Belizean rainforest this past summer, something he did every day for a month while assisting with jaguar research.