A team of volunteers donate their time.

Outreach Coordinator: Anika Bukkapatnam

Anika Bukkapatnam is a poet and activist from Princeton, New Jersey. She is a student who writes about the world we live in; hoping to make a difference through words. Through detail and rhyme, Anika weaves the narrative of a second-generation immigrant that she hopes can resonate with readers everywhere.

Editor: Beatriz Elena Rodriguez

Beatriz Elena Rodriguez is a Colombian-born artist raised and currently living in Queens, NY. She works with black and white film as a medium of expression for her critical observations of social norms and stigma. Her attention to the work of these forces in any environment is a call to action: images that aim to change the world by letting us see in a new way.

Editor: Sam Lea Brown

Sam Lea Brown is a student and artist from Easton, Connecticut. Her work is primarily in experimental animation, though it often cross pollinates with film and painting. Through the concept of motion, she explores the preservation of otherwise fleeting moments and feelings.

Editor: Sophia Danuszar

Sophia Danuszar is a student, writer, and filmmaker from Easton, Connecticut. The body of her work exists in the mediums of short stories, poetry, and experimental filmmaking. Making use of both written and visual language, she explores the exquisite and the harrowing — abstractions of existence.

Editor: Trish LoGalbo

Born and raised in Connecticut, Trish incorporated dance, theatre, poetry, and many of the arts into and throughout her life. Although Tango took a strong hold upon her, poetry sank into her bones, capturing her experiences, and providing definition to everything meaningful to her. Her sharing was done among fellow members of the Fairfield Area Poets for many years, under the direction of Rose Marie Barone, an author and teacher herself. More recently she's engaged with another group of talented creative enthusiasts, The Poet's Roundtable at the Bigelow Senior Center. It was said, to seek recognition is to impose restriction and feed the me-machine. Who's hungry?

Editor in Chief: Alice Fritz

Alice Fritz is a Vermont-native artist, writer, and recovering software engineer. She earned a BA in German Literature from Connecticut State University and Universität Konstanz. Her work has appeared in Watershed Review, Humana Obscura,, and Paper Magazine, and been included in private collections and group shows at the Silvermine Guild Art Gallery, The Creative Arts Workshop Gallery, and The Gallery at Still River Editions.