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include tennis, Dungeons and Dragons, and playing board and video games with friends. His eccentricities include collecting socks, designing laptop stickers, and generally admiring lamps. Caroline Brickley is a writer, filmmaker, and entrepreneur. She is currently a student at Binghamton University pursuing her degree in English, and her poetry has been published in Binghamton University’s Ellipsis literary magazine. Besides poetry, Caroline enjoys writing and creating content for younger audiences. She most recently co-authored and published The Blossom Shoppe, a children’s picture book, with her twin sister, Katherine. Brenna Camping is a writer, poet, and artist based in Phoenix, Arizona. Her work is often representative of the Southwest and the stories of the people in that region. “Miriam” is her first publication and is a very sentimental and personal reflection of her own story. Brenna is currently studying at Arizona State University as a creative writing English major. Kayla Anne Covert is a 24-year-old published author from San Diego, California. She spends her days working in digital marketing and her evenings producing poetry and prose on her social media account, @MoonlitwordsPoetry, where she writes about life, love and the struggles of being a millennial in today’s ever-changing world. You can purchase her poetry collections, What Lies Ahead and These Lessons I’ve Learned from Amazon and Barnes and Noble. R.K. Deshpande is a fourth-year student at Vanderbilt University studying physics and English. He believes these two are far more related than they first seem, and he hopes to become a science writer after university. Aside from writing, he is deeply interested in cooking, video games, and Doctor Who. He is not from anywhere in particular and enjoys spending a great deal of time traveling. Hayden Reece Froehlich is an undergraduate student studying English, creative writing, and cinema at the University of Iowa. Biographies 111

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