founder and editor-in-chief
em is a seventeen-year-old writer, musician, and lover of the arts from myrtle beach, south carolina. she is currently a senior at the south carolina governor’s school for arts and humanities, where she is a member of the creative writing department. her work has been recognized by scholastic art and writing awards. as well, her work is published in fish barrel review and paper crane journal. she is an avid enjoyer of both oversized sweaters and strange earrings, and when she isn’t otherwise occupied, she can be found kicking her family out of the kitchen to cook, learning her favorite songs on the guitar, or driving quickly down the highway with the music playing entirely too loud. she plans to become an educator after high school. with her art, she seeks to capture the parts of life that leave one breathless, since they are the moments worth living for.
reader and outreach manager
grace warren-page is an eighteen-year-old nomad of south carolina. she is currently a residential creative writing student at the south carolina governor’s school for the arts and humanities. her work has been recognized by youngarts and scholastic art and writing awards. as well, her writing has been featured in anthologies from both kenyon college and kelly’s writers house, and is published in paper crane journal. in the midst of her travels, grace constantly searches for funky mugs at thrift stores, portraits by alice neel, and clippings from local plants to propagate. she first became interested in arts after her grandmother, who raised her after her mother died, passed away from a rare lung disease. because of her personal experiences with death, the fleeting aspects of life, and the beautiful moments one never seems to forget, she pursues the questions, curiosities, and the child within herself.