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My name is Zoe Greenwood and my life is like a clock. At 1 o'clock I was born in England. At 2 o'clock I moved to Michigan. At 10 o'clock i moved to Kansas. Throughout all of that time, I always knew that I love to write. No matter where I moved the fact that words helped me to comprehend my life allowed me to stay connected to all of the places that I have been. I plan to continue to use writing as an inspiring platform where people can safely comprehend their lives.
Hi my name is Alecia and I like to read, draw, and write. I love typewriters, anime and music also. I live in KCMO. I am a quite short person whose 4’11. I also like to make thing such as cosplay outfits, wigs...etc lastly my favorite quote is: If you can't be a good pencil to write ones happiness, then become a good eraser to erase one's sadness."
Hi, I’m Angel Sanchez I have a license to drive my truck, and also one to drive a forklift. I live in Kansas City, MO and I’m probably going to stay for the bbq. My interests include drawing houses, listening to podcasts, and recording my experiences.
I'm Adelle. Like the singer, but with two L's. Next year I will be a sophomore at St. Teresa's Academy. I have two dogs, two cats, three chickens, and one parakeet. My favorite book is Fahrenheit 451 and I'm currently reading A Thousand Splendid Suns.
I am 15 and going into my sophomore year I go to blue springs high school I like writing poetry and I love hearing others works I also enjoy taking long walks on the beach
Grace Flynn is a 15 year old living in Gorham, ME. She has been in love with writing ever since she can remember. Flynn was a finalist for the 2018 Merriconeag Poetry Festival in Freeport, ME and has worked as an intern for the Beloit Poetry Journal for four years. She believes that journalism is integral to keeping the general population informed and the powerful in check. She’s also a passionate advocate for all women’s rights and mental health awareness. In the past she’s worked on several Maine political campaigns as well. When she’s not advocating or writing she can be found in student council meetings, at cross country practice, volunteering at Maine Youth Court, and discussing a variety of news and music with her parents.
Hi! My name is Kira Littlejohn. As I am a passionate writer and reader, I am currently seeking a degree in English and Digital Journalism at Fairfield University.
Jennifer Ringo left a soulless career in corporate America in 2002 and moved to the Mississippi Delta. She became an English teacher via alternate route certification and taught for ten years at Coahoma Agricultural High School in Clarksdale, where she still resides. After earning her Master of Arts in Teaching at Delta State University, she attended the Delta Area Writing Project’s Summer Institute in 2011. Since 2013, she has been a Training Specialist with the University of Mississippi Writing Project, part of the UM’s Division of Outreach and Continuing Education. She helps teachers claim their classrooms and transform lives.