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Heather Hereau is a junior at the University of Memphis majoring in editing and professional writing. She plans to graduate in May of 2020 and go on to pursue a Ph.D. in rhetoric and composition. When not reading, studying, or writing for pleasure, Heather enjoys preoccupations similar to those of other single 40-year-old women, such as making a living, paying the bills, and fighting her cat for space on the bed. Erin Hoffman is a senior creative writing major at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York. A Chicagoland native and lover of suburbs, Erin currently presides as editor-in-chief of her university’s literary magazine, The Colgate Portfolio. She also satisfies her writing fix as a peer consultant at Colgate’s Writing and Speaking Center, where she shamelessly campaigns for the Oxford comma to unsuspecting students. In the past, Erin’s writing has appeared in The Offbeat, another eminent literary journal out of Michigan State University, and Teen Ink. Passionate about all things writing—both fiction and nonfiction—Erin is also a dedicated violist, avid coffee drinker, and proud basset hound parent. Katelyn Hughes is a senior at the University of Central Florida, where she is majoring in advertising and public relations with a minor in creative writing. Katelyn has plans to attend law school after graduation, where she hopes to focus her studies on intellectual property law. In her free time, Katelyn enjoys traveling, watching movies, and snowboarding. She also enjoys taking her golden retriever, Kato, to local dog parks and out on walks. Samantha Hurst is a senior at Kent State University at Trumbull studying English. After graduating, she hopes to move to Cleveland and pursue a master’s degree in library and information sciences. Her dream job is to work for the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. She loves to write in her free time and hopes that this is the first of many future publications. Samantha would like to thank Red Cedar Review for this opportunity.

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Red Cedar Review Vol. 54  

Red Cedar Review Vol. 54