Currently a BFA Writing, Literature, and Publishing major at Emerson College in Boston, Ellen is a writer and editor of all genres. She can be found resisting the urge to drink Trident Cafe’s abysmal cappuccinos, dreaming of fairy tales involving trees that eat people, and trying to create a coherent thesis that is due next May.
Most of her time is devoted to The Paris Review, the literary journal for which she is a digital intern; Donadio & Olson, Inc., the agency for which she is an intern; and The Adirondack Review, the literary journal for which she is a fiction intern. During the school year, she works for Gangsters in Concrete, Emerson’s genre-inclusive literary magazine, where she is the editor-in-chief and Wilde Press, where she is the editorial director. She also, somehow, finds time to read fiction for Electric Literature‘s Recommended Reading and nonfiction for Gigantic Sequins.
When she feels particularly inspired, she writes. Recently, she published a personal essay at Front Porch Journal. Her writing is currently featured at Gauge Magazine, where she blogged about reality in art this spring, and Goon and Darling Do Flash Fiction, where she contributed flash fiction under the guise of “Darling.”
She would like to be busier in the future.