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Shadin is a student studying Writing, Literature and Publishing at Emerson College. She is the Co-Director of Marketing at Undergraduate Students for Publishing and the Editor of the Books section of Emertainment Monthly. Shadin has a passion for tea, discovering new music and reading. She serves as the Muse Conference Programs Intern.

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Anne Kat is an undergraduate at Brandeis University studying English and creative writing. She is also co-editor-in-chief of Brandeis's oldest literary magazine, Laurel Moon. At GrubStreet, Anne Kat serves as the sponsorship intern for The Muse and the Marketplace.
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Robert Auld received a BA from Salem State University in 2017 and now works as a bookseller at The Book Rack in Newburyport, Massachusetts. With Sophie Klahr he coedits Teen Sequins, an annual online feature spotlighting youth poets. Lately writing fiction and interning with the YAWP.

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Genna is a junior at Emerson College. She is majoring in Writing, Literature, and Publishing with a concentration in Nonfiction. She is a poetry reader at Emerson’s on-campus literary magazine, Concrete. She instantly connected to Grubstreet's mission and is excited to intern this Spring! Her other interests include running obstacle course races and binging Netflix.

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Kelsey is a student pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Writing, Literature, and Publishing at Emerson College with a concentration in creative nonfiction. Her activities on campus include being Editor-in-Chief of Concrete Literary Magazine, the President of Anime @ Emerson, and a Peer Career Advisor at Emerson's Career Services office. While at Grubstreet she is the Operations Intern, representing her interest in financial operations. Other than writing, she also has strong interests in animation, music, and video games.

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Hannah is a senior at Tufts University studying English and Political Science. She is the President emeritus of the Tufts Model United Nations and the current Assistant Director of Reading Initiatives for In Good Faith, a international Jewish-Muslim reading and discussion program. After she graduates, she hopes to work in publishing, and finally finish reading One Hundred Years of Solitude.

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Carina Imbornone is a sophomore at Boston University studying English and Economics. Besides writing, she loves coffee, magic realism, and exploring public parks in the city.

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