Issue no. 4
Josie Schoel is currently a graduate student in English Literature in San Francisco. Prior to this, Josie lived in Brooklyn, NY, where her most recent position was at The Frances Goldin Literary Agency. A graduate of Bard College, she interned at Bust Magazine for about 3.5 seconds, then moved to her first job with the literati at Curtis Brown, Ltd., where she got to work with fun and trashy romance novels. Her writing has recently been published in E-ratio, House Organ, Thirteen Minutes Magazine, and the feminisms issue of Fringe Magazine.
Jesse Sposato is a freelance writer and editor living in Brooklyn, NY. She has worked on all sorts of writing projects, from authoring a step-by-step book on hula dancing, to informally reviewing short stories and books for Good Housekeeping Magazine. She has also written for: Useless, Time Out New York, Kruger, and The New York Sun, among others. Jesse plays the drums and contributes to various music projects, most recently, Cavalrie, Lieberman, and Imaginary Steps to Somewhere.
Susannah Wexler is a writer, editor, and teacher living in Brooklyn, NY. She has published in, among other publications, Print magazine and In Other Words Poetry Anthology. Sadie is the first magazine she has founded and one she has always wanted to work for and read.
Photos by Winona Barton-Ballentine