Sal Christ, Senior Editor
Sal Christ is a writer and former filmmaker who spent much of her childhood traversing the rugged outskirts of Fairplay, Colorado. She is the editor of the novel, Evil is Good, by Denver filmmaker and artist, Jon Schultz, and her work has appeared in various publications including 303 Magazine and Colorado Music Buzz. She is not a fan of insolent noise.
Chris Doxtator, Contributor
Christopher Doxtator studies creative writing and film at the Metropolitan State University of Denver and plays drums for the hip-hop group Lama Live. It’s without any sense of pride or shame that he admits his life choices will always be the obstacles to (an) honest living.
Isobel Tutchton, Contributor
A 21-year old senior at MSU Denver majoring in English Writing, Isobel is a lifelong and avid reader, a lover of words, and an aspiring short story writer/novelist. She began writing poetry in middle school as a form of therapy and has ever since been writing every day. “As a teenager, writing was never something I considered doing as a career, but through the encouragement of a wonderful English teacher, I decided to go to college in pursuit of the dream of being a published, working author. I’m a firm believer in the connection between reading and writing, so I read as much (if not more) than I write. It is important to embrace and pursue your passions, to live through them and foster them in every aspect of day to day life. My passion is words: reading them, writing them, speaking them.”
Jody Mier, Contributor
Born in a haunted naval hospital, Jody has spent her life doing things the hard way. She is probably doing this bio info thing wrong and most likely have to do it over. She is this close to earning her PhD in Why’d Ya Do It That Way from the University of Hard Knocks, but is waiting for professor Elbert Hubbard to hear her dissertation. A fan of cheese (the dairy kind and the humor kind), Jody can be found eavesdropping on other people’s conversations while pretending to listen to you or can be seen having imaginary conversations in her head of things she should have said when she had the opportunity. Jody, believe it or not, is a mother, a wife, a waitress, and a student at MSUD. She is a fan of ellipses as her life is decorated with them and is searching for a way to attach Christmas lights to them . . .