Today’s intern update features Issue 11’s social media manager Colleen Stinchcombe. Her recent article “How One TikTok Star Is Giving BIPOC-Owned Seattle Restaurants a Big Boost” was featured in Eater Seattle. Eater is a Vox media food and dining network dedicated to food news and dining guides for some of the biggest cities in America. You can check out Colleen’s article featured in Eater here.
Today’s Intern Update features Emily Halloway, the Social Media Manager of Issue #17 of Superstition Review.
With a BA in English, Emily currently works as a Copywriter for RevolutionParts Inc. where she has developed 158 Auto brand and model specific SEO pages and works on an ongoing blog project featuring SEO-driven articles.
She is also a self-employed Freelance Writer.
We are so proud of you Emily!
If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Emily’s LinkedIn here.
Today’s Intern Update features Carter Nacke, who worked as a developer on Issue 2 of Superstition Review.
With a BA in Journalism and Mass Communication, Carter recently started working as Event Assistant for Four Peaks Brewing Company and coordinates events alongside a marketing team.
For seven years, he worked on KTAR News as a Digital Content Manager, covering breaking news, original content, viral content, and more. He has even received the Edward R. Murrow Award on multiple occasions for his broadcast journalism work.
We are so proud of you Carter!
If you’d like to learn more, you can visit Carter’s LinkedIn page here.
Join us in congratulating former SR social media editor Colleen Stinchcombe! Since her work on Issue 11, Colleen has graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and has worked as an editor for SheKnows Media, an international content marketer for Rover.com, and a freelance writer and editor. Some of her many publications can be found in Outside, GQ, REI Co-op Journal, SELF, Shape, Redbook, Woman’s Day, Brit+Co, SheKnows, Asparagus, and Green Living AZ.
Read one of her latest articles, “7 Thru-Hikers on Coping with Post-Trail Depression,” in Outside here.
Congratulations on your many accomplishments, Colleen!