Michaela Stephens was a Senior majoring in Literature, Writing, and Film with a Creative Writing concentration and an intern for Superstition Review.
Superstition Review: Which issue did you work on with Superstition Review and what was your position?
Michaela Stephens: I helped with issue 5. I was the Submissions Coordinator.
SR: What skills did you take away from the experience?
MS: I learned how to better structure my workflow and how to motivate myself with a long-term schedule by producing weekly reports.
SR: Creatively, what are you currently working on?
MS: In terms of large projects, I’m sort of in between. As for small projects, I’m still writing for my blog, Scriptorium Blogorium.
SR: What are some of your career highlights after leaving SR?
MS: Submitting my senior project to a publisher and starting a seminary pre-service class. Oh, and getting hired at Chandler Gilbert Community College as a substitute writing tutor.
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