Stacy Boe Miller is a poet, jewelry artist, mother, and small business owner. She uses her writing to explore the stories of the women she comes from and what it means to be a woman in the West. She has won the Banks Award, MLK Graduate Art Contest, and Writing in the Wild Fellowship from the University of Idaho. She has been published in Mary Jane’s Farm Magazine, The Pacific Northwest Inlander, Mothers Always Write, and The Mindful Word Blog. She is a second year candidate in the University of Idaho’s MFA Creative Writing Program. She lives in Moscow with her husband, three children, and a random assortment of pets.
Kali Nelson is a first-year student studying Journalism and Environmental Science. She is on the University’s Quidditch team, and loves to knit and crochet when she has free time. She also binge-watches crime shows on Netflix. Kali enjoys reading and baking when she has any time left over. She also has a passion for genealogy research.
Alexandria Arritt, Contributor
Alexandria is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and a sophomore at University of Idaho studying Professional Writing and Public Relations. She runs a blog that reviews books and begins conversations about literature and language. Alexandria loves books, coffee, and sunshine! She enjoys writing about many topics, including body positivity, the relationship between media and feminism, and sexual assault. Alexandria is interested in real-time solutions to help those around her become knowledgable and empowered.