Phillipe M. Chatelain is a poet from the Bronx, New York. He is a recent graduate of Boston University with a Bachelor of Arts in English. His first chapbook entitled taking shots alone has been independently released and he is Managing Editor of In Parentheses Literary Magazine.
Michael Pitter is a writer and currently a student of the pre-medical sciences living in Harlem. He graduated from Boston University in 2012, where he received the Gregory Hudson Award for Writing Excellence in the Humanities. There he studied English literature, philosophy and history. He is the founder of In Parentheses Magazine.
Jessica Gawrych is a student at Boston University, dabbling in the realms of Literature, Politics, and Marketing alike.
Brittney Bullock is a Boston University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy. Primary interests include politics, prose and poetry.
Garth Mramor studies Comparative Literature, French and German at Binghamton University. Current interests include: W. B. Yeats and Cormac McCarthy. Sadly, he attended the meager Xavier High School in NYC.
Liz Breen. Boston University graduate. Semifinalist in the 2011 Final Draft Big Break Competition. Former employers include Conan O’Brien. Trash TV watcher. T.S. Eliot enthusiast. Caffeine guzzler. Admirer of humanity. Destroyer of the lengthy sentence.
Julia Lucrecia is a multilingual writer and performer born to Dominican parents and raised in Puerto Rico. Now a New School Alumnae, she will be spending the next six months writing and volunteering in Guatemala and Dominican Republic. She has written about music for Remezcla and Et Musique Pour Tous. Julia Lucrecia believes in the freedom of the peoples.