is a writer from Pleasanton, California. She is a three-time National YoungArts Winner in Writing and a three-time Scholastic Writing Awards National Medalist. Arushi studies English and Political Science at UCLA. Her Young Adult contemporary novel, Arya Khanna's Bollywood Moment, releases from Wednesday Books in Fall 2023 and is available to add on Goodreads here. She loves dark chocolate, Jane Austen novels, and California winters.
grew up in Hong Kong and is currently studying English BA at University College London. She is passionate about literature that inspires her to think from new perspectives. Aside from reading, she loves watching movies and TV shows (anime included!) in her free time. She looks forward to reading the wonderful submissions sent to Blue Marble!
is a writer and college student studying creative writing and statistics. She hopes to one day publish a poetry collection.
(Bella) is a senior at the University of Washington-Seattle and is majoring in Communications with a minor in Law. In her free time, she loves to read mystery novels and play with her puppy Coco. She is passionate about health law and international relations, and she is excited to continue her work at Blue Marble this year!
is currently a high school senior in Brookfield, Wisconsin. In her free time, she loves to read (thrillers, especially), thrift and upcycle clothing, and travel. As a writer/editor for her school publication, she is excited to expand upon this interest by editing for Blue Marble.
is a junior at the Early College at Guilford in Greensboro, North Carolina. She is excited to be an editor for Blue Marble! Her favorite type of writing is lyrical nonfiction, particularly those pieces that touch upon nature. She's a foodie at heart and has a weakness for anything savory. Her work can be found in [PANK] magazine, Vita Brevis, The Cardiff Review, and VOYAGE YA.
is a Minnesota native currently living and working in Minnetonka, MN. She graduated Egregia Cum Laude from the College of Saint Benedict in St. Joseph, MN with a bachelor’s degree in English and Hispanic Studies. Soon, she plans to attend law school to continue her education. In the meantime, she loves watching movies, spending time with family and friends, and drinking an unhealthy amount of coffee!
is a student at the University of Minnesota, majoring in English, Sociology of Law, Criminology, and Justice, and African American & African Studies. She is passionate about human rights, civil rights, and bringing awareness to those whose voices need to be amplified. During her free time she loves to write, read, watch tv/movies with friends, and listen to music. She currently works at Barnes & Noble and loves being around so many books and talking about stories with other readers. She is excited to read so many amazing essays.
currently lives in Southern California. She loves listening to history podcasts, and her phone case collection is inspired by the likes of Audrey Hepburn and Do Ho Suh.
(she/hers) is Director of Communications at the Post Growth Institute. Priscilla graduated from the University of Minnesota studying Sustainable Systems Management, particularly Food Systems. Her work has been featured in the Minnesota Women’s Press, Girls Right the World, and more. She is a food sovereignty activist and advocates for an ecological, intersectional future. Priscilla resides on Očhéthi Šakówiŋ lands aka Minnesota. She is proud to be with Blue Marble Review for five years and counting!
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(she/her) is a high school senior based in Chanhassen, Minnesota. Her writing has been recognized nationally by the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and has been featured/is forthcoming in the Blue Marble Review, Teen Ink, The Apprentice Writer, and more. She has participated in several summer writing programs, most recently the Iowa Young Writers’ Studio and the Sewanee Young Writers Conference. When not writing, you can find her fangirling over her favorite romance manga, obsessively taking walks, and watching home barista tutorials.
is studying Graphic Design and Communication Studies at Bethel University. She appreciates the many different forms of communication and loves how each provides an avenue for individuals to have a voice. Her voice is found in art as she understands it to be a universal language for expression and connection.