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Mars is a recent graduate of Bennington College, with a BA in Literature and Visual Arts. They have served as an editorial assistant for Bennington Review. They have also collaborated with nonprofit organizations such as The Antiracist Book Exchange and The We Project, whose missions are centered around mutual aid. In their free time, Mars enjoys watching movies and reading comics. They're inspired by literature and film that uncovers magic within the mundane.
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Hello! My name is Amandine and I'm the Development Team Intern this fall! Some things to know about me - I love writing, yoga, watching documentaries, finding new music to obsess over, shades of green, and coconut milk tea (with boba of course). I'm an English major at Tufts who contributes to ONYX, our Black creative magazine, and a copy editor for our school newspaper, so my love for creative writing extends into many areas. I'm so excited to be part of such a wonderful community! Stay tuned for all the amazing opportunities GrubStreet has to offer!
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Margaret is currently an Operations Assistant at GrubStreet and is actively pursuing a degree in English at Northeastern University. Margaret has always lived in the Boston area and is happy to be a team member at GrubStreet's Seaport location. On any day that she is not at GrubStreet, they can be found reading books from all genres from satire to horror, watching movies, and combating writer's block with bizarre stream of consciousness writing exercises.  
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Cassandra Kuechler (she/her) is currently a Suffolk University student studying for her BA in Public Relations with a minor in Creative Writing. She is the President of the university’s Asian American Association and was awarded the Youth Leader Scholarship by The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Asian American & Pacific Islanders Commission. Cassandra also works at Suffolk University’s Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion as the lead in the Marketing and Communications team, as well as overseeing and developing the department’s social justice library. In her free time, she enjoys reading, updating her bookstagram account, and going to restaurants with her friends in Boston.
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Jo Malicdem (they/she) is a writer and artist in their final semester at Emerson College studying journalism. As Co-Founder and Co-Editor of the award-winning Lunchbox Magazine which amplifies the works of Asian-identifying student storytellers, she is passionate about continuing to learn how to support marginalized communities in creative spaces. They love making and performing music, letter writing, and binging rom-coms in their free time. 
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Ida (she/her) is a YAWP Program Assistant. She has a B.A. in English from Boston University and plans on going to graduate school once she finally decides what to study! Outside of reading/attempts at writing/talking about books/thinking about books, she loves art and spending as much time in the sun as living in Massachusetts will allow.
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Lauren Richards is a senior studying journalism at Boston University. She's had a passion for writing since she was a child and now strives to tell stories with accuracy and compassion. She enjoys reading, writing, walking and biking around the city, as well as painting and sketching. 
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Ruth is a recent graduate of Smith College. She studied English literature with a focus in creative writing. She likes to write character driven, realistic fiction. She is very excited to be a part of the GrubStreet team as an operations intern! In her free time, you can find her reading, hiking, or by the ocean.
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Tula Singer is a Cuban-American writer currently studying at Northeastern University after spending her high school years in Havana. You can read her work on The Green Blotter, The Teen Magazine, Reedsy, Write the World, The Weight Journal, Indigo Literary Journal, and her blog “El Cuarto de Tula”, among others. In addition to writing, she has worked for multiple non-profit organizations such as Cubaness, Write the World, and the National Women’s Shelter Network (NWSN), the most recent being GrubStreet. Her pieces are a slice of her life — filled with jazz, oceans, identity crises, and chocolate. She writes because she cannot let it go.
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