Superstition Review: What do you do for SR?
Kellie Parisek: I help plan tasks for the art and poetry editors and set deadlines.
SR: How did you hear about or get involved with Superstition Review?
KP: A professor told the class about it and I wrote an article for The State Press about the magazine before applying for the internship.
SR: What is your favorite section of SR? Why?
KP: I like the poetry section because I love reading new expressions of thought from so many different people who have so many different points of view.
SR: Who is your dream contributor to the journal?
KP: I think Nicole Dunlap does an amazing job.
SR: What job, other than your own, would you like to try out in the journal?
KP: I think it would be an wonderful opportunity to give editing a try.
SR: What are you most excited for in the upcoming issue?
KP: I am most excited to see the intern’s work who I am working with pay off.
SR: What was the first book you remember falling in love with and what made it so special?
KP: I remember reading the book, Star Girl as a child. I loved that book because I felt like I kind of related to the main character and it became personable to me.
SR: What are you currently reading?
KP: My text books.
SR: What are some of your favorite websites to waste time on or distract you from homework?
KP: My blog and my friend’s blogs.
SR: What would be your dream class to take at ASU? What would the title be and what would it cover?
KP: I would love to take a journalism class at ASU. I took one at another school but I would like to see how different ASU was versus my other school and what new insights I would gain from taking it at ASU.
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