Robyn Dow hopes to graduate from UMW one day with a Bachelor’s Degree in Creative Writing and a Master’s Degree in Special Education. Until then, her family is diligently preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse. Robyn’s interests include canning, food dehydration, hunting, and target practice, and she prefers to be addressed as “Mad Max.” She is currently the chairperson of the non-profit organization Equal Rights for the Living (ERL), just in case.
Stephanie Hall is an English/Creative Writing and Historic Preservation double major, with a minor in Museum Studies and a passionate love for the New England Patriots, tea, and giraffes. While her home is a small town in Massachusetts just outside of Boston, she has temporarily relocated to Virginia for the past three years, where she is a senior at the University of Mary Washington. She is excited to return to the north after graduation to face a lifetime of snowstorms.
Paul Keily is a senior English major with a concentration in Creative Writing slated to graduate in December. He enjoys listening to music to the detriment of all other aspects of his life. He subsists solely on jelly, mustard, and scrambled eggs sandwiches. He has nonfiction pieces published in the book New Departures: Write by the Rails Anthology and in the magazines Prince William Living and Prince William Business. He hopes to get an M.F.A. in the future and teach creative writing.
Katrina Hobbs is a power driven workhorse who is currently working a bazillion jobs and striving for a Bachelor’s Degree in Studio Art, a Bachelors in English with an emphasis on Creative Writing, and a Masters in Education. Whoo! She is a busy bee who adores her family, even the tush heads, and loves chocolate… hint hint.