Masthead

2017-2018

Poetry 2017
Christiana Carroll and Hallie Eickhoff, co-managing editors
Sarah Reilly, assistant managing editor
Skylor Andrews and Emma Bozenda, co-poetry editors
Chris Arias and Nghia Luong, assistant poetry editors
Michael Crecco and Rutendo Chidzodzo, fiction editors
Melissa Schmitt, assistant fiction editor
Alize McClure and Jeanette Jones, cocommunication editors
Ariel Crego and Janie Cashdollar, co-technical editors
Chris Arias, production editor
Grace Augustin and Rutendo Chidzodzo, co-blog editors
Dana Denise Dela Fuente, business manager
Kate Aspengren, faculty advisor

Fiction 2018
Christiana Carroll and Hallie Eickhoff, co-managing editors
Sarah Reilly, assistant managing editor
Michael Crecco and Rutendo Chidzodzo, fiction editors
Melissa Schmitt, assistant fiction editors
Jeanette Jones, cocommunication editor
Ariel Crego and Janie Cashdollar, co-technical editors
Chris Arias, production editor
Grace Augustin and Sharon Levy, co-blog editors
Dana Denise Dela Fuente, business manager
Zac Benson, Ellora Bultema, Maggie Hart, Sharon Levy,
Bridget Moore, Kristjan Nixon, Tamia Whiters, manuscript readers
Kate Aspengren, faculty advisor

Editor Bios (Fall 2017)

Skylor Andrews is a senior communication studies and creative writing double major. When not knee-deep in poetry, he enjoys road trips with friends and brisk autumn days.

Chris Arias, a first-year student from Aurora, Colorado is described by some as “half-Golden Retriever, half-barnacle,” and by others as being like a capybara attracting small animals because of her ability to attract people. Her life philosophy stems from the enlightening 2016 Safe Auto commercial: “if you give a man a fish, you have one less fish.”

Grace Augustin is a psychology major, who enjoys cooking and going on walks, loves the Jurassic World franchise, and is always down for a good story.

Natalie Avila is a sophomore majoring in physics and minoring in anthropology. When she’s not doing any schoolwork she watches short films about animals. She’s a virgo but her heart feels more like a gemini.

Emma Bozenda is a senior creative writing, English, and history student at Coe College. She’s has an affinity for winged eyeliner, cloudy days, and sweet potatoes.

Christiana Carroll is a senior at Coe College majoring in biology and molecular biology and minoring in creative writing. When she’s not in the lab or rushing from one commitment to the next, she loves to curl up with a warm cup of tea and write just about anything…except the five novels she should probably finish at some point.

Janie Cashdollar, a sophomore at Coe College double majoring in physics and creative writing, aspires to get a PhD in physics but will probably land closer to “crazy cat lady” territory.

Rutendo Chidzodzo is from Harare, Zimbabwe. She is a double major in Film and Creative Writing. She enjoys travelling to sunny places in the US and watching good dramas!

Ariel Crego went to college with the sole intention of becoming an author, but her love for science turned her into a science journalist instead. She is currently completing degrees in both physics and creative writing at Coe College in Cedar Rapids.  When she’s not holed up in the physics lab or working on her manuscript, she enjoys taking her lizard Glaedr out for some sunshine.  Ariel’s current writing portfolio can be found at sites.google.com/view/arielcrego.

Dana Denise Dela Fuente is a sophomore majoring in economics and business administration. She is a good driver despite what others say about her.

Hallie Eickhoff is a sophomore majoring in communications and public relations with a minor in creative writing. When she’s not writing papers, she spends her time over-analyzing TV shows.

Jeanette Jones is majoring in international business and asian studies. She is exhilarated when she sees puppies and babies.

Kendra Lueck is from Nowthen, Minnesota.  A senior at Coe, she is planning on graduating with a double major in creative writing and film studies.

Nghia Luong is a sophomore majoring in psychology and creative writing. When not busy with work, he’s talking with his dead fiancee, Bianca. When not talking to Nghia, Bianca lives a full life in Chicago as a Jazzercise instructor.

Alizé McClure is a creative writing and English major at Coe College. When she’s not thinking of different head accessories to wear she is in awe of all the different types of sweaters that exist in the world.

Shrena Nangia is a senior majoring in business administration and public relations. Her passions include petting puppies and shopping at Sephora.

Andrea “Andie” Panozzo, class of 2019, is an English major with a communications minor. She is from Denver, Colorado and enjoys eating ice cream (no matter the season).

Sarah J. Reilly is a first-year majoring in English and creative writing. As you can presume, she loves reading and writing and wishes a 25th hour existed solely for the purpose of doing just that.

Julia “Tuesday” Stadeker, Class of 2018, calls Colorado her home, and enjoys the ordinary things in Life. She loves to talk with and about Jesus! She hopes you enjoy this wonderful edition of the Coe Review!

Claire Tollefsrud is a psychology and creative writing double-major with a theater minor “just for fun”. In her free time she enjoys laughing at herself, jumping in puddles, and contemplating the meaning of the universe.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Masthead

  1. Hi folks,
    I know you are closed to poetry submissions right now, but you weren’t last July when I sent you some poems. I haven’t heard a peep in the last six months, so I’m wodinering what might be going on.
    Just cleaning up records to start the year.
    Best,
    Mark J. Mitchell

    • Apologies for the late response, but we have marked that your submission wasn’t quite what we were looking for at that time. Our window this year for poetry submissions is still open until October 25th if you’d like to resubmit, however!
      We look forward to hopefully reading some of your work!
      Coe Review Editors

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