Aarushi Bhardwaj is a school student from India and has been previously published in Teen Ink Magazine and The Hindustan Times.
Christine Cho really enjoys taking pictures, even if it does not have particular meaning behind them. She fines satisfaction in taking photos.
Mikayla Connolly is a seventeen-year-old word geek and high school senior from Monmouth County, New Jersey. She most enjoys experimenting with poetry and journalism to explore political and emotional topics. When she's not in school, she interns with a local nonprofit to help teach kids creative writing, as well as edits for a multitude of publications, including GLUE Magazine and the podcast, We The Ppl. She hopes to one day write a book, and for it to become someone else's favorite book. She also really loves dogs.
Michelle Jung is a tenth grader attending Seoul International School (class of 2021). She enjoys creating visual artworks. Occasionally she reads science books.
Eileen Kang is currently a sophomore in United Nations International School of Hanoi. Having moved to all around the world including Florida, Saigon, Seoul, and Hanoi, she has found interest in getting to know other cultures. Recently, she has traveled to New York to grow keen insight in art. Her interests include traveling, painting, sketching, eating, and "flix&chilling". You will often catch her binge-watching Friends on her bed!
Christen Lee McCreavy was born on the first day of autumn at the Chestnut Hill Hospital, on September 22nd, 1994. A gifted artist by heart, Christen has many feathers in her hat with her mastery of various traditional fine art mediums: graphite drawing, pen and ink, watercolor, and acrylic painting. She greatly enjoys using these weapons as her favorite tools of mass creation. She resides in Doylestown and works as a freelancer in Bucks County. Key themes found in the art of Christen Lee, would be capturing the inspiration found in the beauty of nature, Irish mythology that sparks her storytelling writing and artwork along with expressing illustrations of the conditions of the human psyche. Christen received her Bachelors Degree of Art from Lock Haven University and consistently takes classes at Chocheli’s School of Fine Arts located in Exton, Pennsylvania. At this time, Christen is building up her art portfolio to be accepted into an accredited graduate school of art therapy.
Samia Menon is a 17 year old enthusiast. The co-editor of her school’s literary magazine, Calliope, she enjoys sharing stories in any way she can. When she’s not writing or illustrating, you can find her playing tennis, cheering on the Cavaliers, or just trying something new. Her work has garnered Silver Key honors in the Cleveland chapter of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.