Authors

in alphabetical order

Mark Culajay is a senior in Communication Studies with a passion for drawing and graphic novels.

Nathanael DeLong graduated in 2019 with a major in Music Business. The lyrics for “Hope” were written during a Creative Writing class at Judson, and his band, We the Least, has music available on iTunes, YouTube, Spotify, and other services.

Nicolette Dobson is a senior in the Biochemistry major. Her play, “Dinner Party,” was a finalist for a prize in Creative Writing.

Karissa (Groharing) Goellner graduated from Judson University in 2013. She majored in Communications with a Business emphasis and carried minors in both literature and writing. She has since co-founded a brand where she has a hand in creating retail products for the health & wellness industry. Outside of work she can be found with a book and coffee in hand, out in the garden, or staying active with volleyball leagues and yoga classes.

Sarah Jenkins is a senior in the Literature major. She is the 2020 1st place winner for scholarly writing, and the 1st place winner of the CommArts Conference prize for her work on Shakespeare’s King Lear. She has also received the 2020 Presidential Scholar Award, the highest academic honor at Judson University.

Kathryn Krafft is a freshman in the Literature major. She is a fan of Cassandra Clare (her favorite author) and her dog Coco.

Robyn Lombard is a junior Architecture major. She loved all things Jane Austen as a child.

Isaiah Robinson is a sophomore in Psychology. He is the winner of the 2020 1st place prize for Creative Writing (Poetry). His poem, “Man of Letters, Parts 1, 2, and 3,” is part of a larger collection of autobiographical verse.

Maxwell Starcevich is a senior in the Architecture major. He is the 2020 1st place winner for Creative Writing (Prose) and a past 1st place winner for scholarly writing.

Natalia Szkubel is a junior double-majoring in Business Management and Psychology. She loves singing and travel.

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