poetry editor | she/they | united states
Nora Conrad is a high school junior from Northwest Ohio. She is a full-time student and a part-time writer. From essay-writing to poem-penning, she always assures her voice is heard and enjoys politically-charged topics. She spends her precious free time reading, drawing, swimming competitively, and helping classmates with chemistry homework.
poetry reader | she/her | saudi arabia
Jood AlThukair is a writer and the founding editor-in-chief of Sumou, an online magazine that connects marginalized creatives, leaving pieces of themselves within its pages as they wander this earth. Aside from Sumou, she writes on decolonization, childhood, nostalgia, and how much she's obsessed with Arab and postcolonial literature. You can find her jamming to SZA, hiding under a hibiscus tree, or roaming around the streets in search for the perfect pomegranate.
prose reader | she/her | indonesia
Joey Isjwara is a Chinese-Indonesian writer and student. She loves reading, listening to ABBA, and playing with her very adorable dog. Her work is published or forthcoming in Juven Press, Hecate Magazine, and The Hearth. She wishes you a wonderful rest of your day!
poetry reader | she/her | singapore
Natasha Lim is a psychology student from Singapore who writes poetry and prose. Her work is forthcoming or published in the Blue Marble Review, the Eunoia Review, and the Galliard International Review, among others. In her spare time, she enjoys drinking copious amounts of coffee and reading books that make her cry.
poetry reader | she/her | united states
Sunny Vuong is a second generation Vietnamese-American writer, whose recent works are featured or forthcoming in Kissing Dynamite, perhappened mag, and Diode, among others. In addition to serving as Interstellar Literary Review’s founding EIC, Sunny is also on the editorial staff of three other literary magazines. Outside of writing, she is an avid soccer player. She also adores the Oxford comma, irony, and a missed opportunity. Find her on Twitter @sunnyvwrites.