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our interns S���� C������� is a sophomore Creative Writing major at UMF who, when not creatively writing, enjoys playing and writing music in his spare time (if he has any). He plays four different instruments: the guitar, mandolin, Irish bouzouki, and trombone.

E��� D���� is a senior Creative Writing major at UMF and captain of the field hockey team. She spent a semester on exchange at Humboldt State University in northern California, a semester at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, and took a photojournalism course in England and Spain. She enjoys traveling, the outdoors, dogs, and creative nonfiction.

S������� E���� is a junior and a Creative Writing major at UMF. Aside from her classes and this internship, this fall she is also volunteering at the Franklin County Animal Shelter. In the spring, she plans to study abroad in France. In her free time she enjoys writing, reading, and singing. She is also a very obsessed Harry Potter fan.


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M������ F���� knew she wanted to go to UMF while she was still in the 7th grade. She’s an avid reader and writer of poetry and fiction. Her favorite pastimes include anything that gets her imagination running. Her friends occasionally visit her just to browse her wide selection of books, and she couldn’t be happier about it.

K����� E. M���� is a second year Creative Writing major at UMF from Avon, Connecticut. When she is not at AJB, she is generally dabbling with water colors, drinking her signature raspberry tea, and trying to bake a perfect tart. After graduation, she intends to travel and attend grad school to work on her MFA Someday she hopes to open her own book store or tea house, grow a prize-winning pumpkin, and learn to do cartwheels.

J���� M�C����� is a senior at UMF, working towards a BFA in Creative Writing and Mathematics. He hopes to go down south or out west next year to study math at graduate school and to enjoy a change in scenery. He loves writing, music, typography, and a well-played game of jarts.


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