Meet the Interns, Continued

This semester, Superstition Review is highlighting the Editors producing Issue 32. On Dec. 1st, readers will be able to view content that these interns have worked to compile over the course of the semester.


Meet Nataley Walker, issue 32 advertising coordinator


SR: What are your plans for after graduation?
NW:
After graduation, I plan to pursue my passion for writing as well as a career in editing.

SR: What are some of your hobbies?
NW:
I love writing, reading, drawing and playing instruments (flute, piccolo, tenor sax, piano and more). I also love spending time with my family, and it’s so much fun going rock climbing, bouldering and paddleboarding with my siblings.


Meet Greg Richardson, issue 32 nonfiction editor


SR: What are you currently reading?
GR:
A lot. But I’m currently working on “Sure, I’ll Join Your Cult” by Maria Bamford.

SR: What is your hidden talent?
GR:
I’m a decent roller skater.

SR: What are some of your hobbies?
GR:
Cooking, working out and seeing the libraries of the world.

SR: Describe your perfect Saturday morning
GR:
Coffee, a bowl of cocoa puffs and a SpongeBob marathon.


Meet Antonio Folcarelli, issue 32 fiction editor


SR: What are your plans for after graduation?
AF:
I plan on attending graduate school and becoming a creative writing professor.

SR: What are you currently reading?
AF:
“The Picture of Dorian Gray” by Oscar Wilde.

SR: What are some of your hobbies?
AF:
Tabletop games (e.g. D&D), cooking breakfast and collecting used books.


Meet Bryan Lurito, issue 32 nonfiction editor


SR: What are your plans for after graduation?
BL:
Editing for a publication company.

SR: What are you currently reading?
BL:
“Dog is Love” by Clive Wynne

SR: What is one place you’d like to travel to?
BL: The Great Barrier Reef.


Be sure to read Issue 32 of Superstition Review launching December 1.

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