When not traveling to Asia or playing violin, Camille Birckhead may be found living at the end of a very long road in a shoreline town in CT. She hopes to attend Bennington College, after which she hopes to live in Israel and then join the Peace Corps. Writing fiction has helped Camille to find her own voice.
Noelle Cardi is a student at the Wheeler School and a rising sophomore. She is an aspiring lawyer but loves to write in her free time.
Cafe-Fig is a 16-year-old writer, born in Delaware, USA, living in Beijing, China. Her first published short story is titled "To Swim Away in Tears." She is primarily a poet but dabbles in many other genres. Her short stories are normally analytical and include existential themes.
Eve Doolittle is a student and aspiring writer from West Hartford, Connecticut. She has been writing short stories since she was young and is currently working on developing her latest short story, "Across the Hall."
Kayla McCarthy is a sixteen-year-old Brooklynite. She attends the Urban Assembly Institute of Math and Science for Young Women where she is a rising senior.
Maddie Paskow is 16-year-old writer from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. "Don't Hold Me, Don't Touch Me" is her first published story. She is currently working on a book of poetry.
Timara Norman was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She takes interest in studying Chinese, psychology, writing, and the visual arts.
Caroline Sasso is a young writer from Dallas, Texas. She is primarily an experimentalist poet and dark absurdism is prominent in her work. She also writes plays and fiction that deal with her journey through figuring out her sexuality. She is the recipient of ten Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards regional medals and one national silver medal. She is the author of the poetry chapbook Five Trains of Thought and an Apple Slice and is currently looking for a publisher for her first full collection of poems Sexy, Awkward