2017-2018 RWJMS Literary Society Editors
Parth Thakkar, Class of 2020
Parth graduated from Rutgers University in 2015 with a degree in Cell Biology and Neuroscience. Since that time, he has read a few books and written a poem or two. Now in medical school, he hopes to continue the trend.
Lori Fingerhut, Class of 2020
Back in the day, Lori spent a lot of time at Tufts University reading and writing about things that happened in the past. She often dabbles in science journalism and may try to sneak some into this otherwise creative artsy endeavor.
(In other news, Lori is also the webmistress for this fine publication, so any questions/comments about the website can be directed to her! See contact us email)
Michael Enich, Class of 2020
Michael Enich graduated with a BA in religion from St. Olaf College, dontcha know. Having no sense of grammar, he always thought radio production was his editorial destiny. He hums, talks and whistles to himself often.
Namrata Gumaste, Class of 2020
Namrata Gumaste graduated with a BA in Creative Writing from Columbia University in 2014. Since venturing back to suburbia, she has recently learned how to drive. It does not come as naturally as writing poetry.
Prerana Chatty, Class of 2020
Prerana graduated with a BA in Biological Sciences and a Minor in Creative Writing from Cornell University in 2016. In addition to staring into space, she spends her free time perfecting her Bachelor bracket, purchasing an assortment of bath bombs, reading (and rereading) Ocean Vuong’s Night Sky with Exit Wounds, and of course, writing a poem or two.