Editorial Board


Dakota Parks, Editor-in-Chief

Dakota Parks is a graduate student at the University of West Florida pursuing a Master of Arts in English: Creative Writing. She graduated from UWF with a B.A. degree in English in 2020. She has served on the Troubadour Art and Literary Magazine editorial team at UWF and is the president of the UWF chapter Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society. Her interests include intersectional feminism, eco-feminist studies, LGBT+/queer theory and literature, and slam and prose poetry. Aside from school, she works as a journalist and Assistant Editor for Ballinger Publishing in Downtown Pensacola, volunteers with the LGBT+ nonprofit Sundays Child, and loves to frequent open mics, thrift stores, and breweries.

Teresa Scott, Editor-in-Chief

Teresa Scott is currently pursuing an M.A. in English Literature from the University of West Florida. Teresa’s background is in Classics, where her research focused on socio-religious representations of women, reproduction, and sexuality in classical Greek literature. Her current interests include the reception of classical literature, feminist and indigenous literature, and representations of magic and ritual, both in literature and society more broadly. Teresa is currently teaching English Composition at UWF and freelancing as a technical writer.

Madeleine Hutchison, Editor-in-Chief

Past Editorial Board Members

Editors-in-Chief: Jordan Thames, Hannah Trevino, Erica Miller, Brittany Hammock, Etienne Lambert, Rebecca Namniek (Founder), Taylor Willbanks (Founder)
Managing Editors: Sydney Stone, Rachael Johnson, Etienne Lambert
Associate Editors: Terry Griner, Kara Griffith, Shaundra D. Smith Cadogan, Kyndall Turner, Woodline Lauvince, Joshua Hart, Karen Manning, Dylan Matthews, Katie Sundy, Megan Washington, Sarah Miller, Toni Holy, Carly Cocuy, Faith Green, Hope Hall, Nathan Marona, May Al-Sewady, Evangeline Murphy

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