John is a first year MA candidate with a concentration in Literary Studies. A native of middle Tennessee, he holds a BA in history. John is particularly interested in the intersection of literature and popular culture, and his research interests include the Western fiction of Cormac McCarthy and the films it has inspired. An avid outdoorsman and cyclist, John lives in Denver with his wife Emily and their dog Julian.
Evan graduated from the University of Georgia in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. He spent much of his career producing news for CNN in Atlanta and New York City. He is currently pursuing a graduate degree in higher education (student affairs) from the Morgridge College of Education at DU.
Nicole is an Accounting major with minors in Writing and Economics. She sometimes write short journal entries or blogs as a way to express herself. Her hometown is the size of DU’s Undergrad population. She loves watching hockey, and some day hopes to make it to every NHL Rink as well as all 50 states.
Thirii is a prose writer and a Ph.D. candidate in English-Creative Writing. She enjoys writing down her dreams, writing postcards, and writing to-do lists. She has lived in Yangon, Bangkok, San Jose, Providence, Madrid, South Bend, and now Denver, and hopes to keep moving around. Her favorite activities are eating and reading.
Tamarra is an undergrad, majoring in English literature. She may enjoy pina coladas. She’s never had one so she can’t be sure. She does not enjoy getting caught in the rain, because it makes her hair frizzy. She does, however, absolutely enjoy writing, and would love to help you with yours.
Born in California, Diana Khoi Nguyen is currently a PhD candidate in creative writing at DU. She makes pies, poems, and textiles and is the part-time social media manager for her dog, Beckett. Check out her work on her website: www.dianakhoinguyen.com
Rachel Reidenbaugh is an undergraduate Theatre and English major who spends her free time memorizing IMDb pages and listening to the Beach Boys. She enjoys movies, poetry, southern gothic fiction and John Hughes. She would love to help you with your writing.
Maggie is an undergraduate Art History and English major who, unfortunately for her friends, excels at puns. She is currently building a fortress of books in which she can one day live. She will find any excuse to go to a museum, especially if it involves a visit to the planetarium. If she was not here at DU, she would be living out of her car on the beach.
Stacey is majoring in English–Creative Writing and Communication Studies because she loves to write and is fascinated by human interaction. Thanks to Dateline and Sherlock, she’s also minoring in Criminology. Her hobbies include manga-reading, exercising, and shopping. She genuinely enjoys learning (which could be a hobby, too?) Working as a consultant allows her to support other writers and put her learning to good use, so feel free to come find her at the Writing Center.
Paige is a Gender and Women’s studies major with a Communications minor. She is from California and has a dog named Fate that she tries not to miss everyday. When she’s not writing you’ll usually find her reading about everything from intersectional feminism to dead musicians and drinking too much tea while listening to old Beatles records.