Name and Mission
A “bricolage” is something that is created from a variety of materials. We think this is the perfect name for our literary and visual arts journal because it acknowledges the diverse styles of artistic mediums and genres that we publish, while at the same time recognizing the concordant nature of our publication.
Our mission is to collect works of high-quality literature, visual art, and music and produce a professional journal showcasing the creativity of the University of Washington’s talented and diverse individuals and community.
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Emerson Judd, Managing Editor/Poetry Editor, (they/them)
Emerson is a senior majoring in English and Environmental Science. Beyond their love of stories and language, Emmy enjoys gardening, bird watching, rocks, and running.
Tabitha Witherspoon, Visual Arts Editor, (she/her)
Tabitha is a senior majoring in English Language and Literature. Art has always been a life-long passion of hers, and her favorite mediums are watercolor, charcoal, and acrylic paints. When she’s not drawing, she can be found working on her novels, watching a true crime documentary, or getting lost in nature. Tabitha hopes to be a published author and work in the book publishing industry as either a literary agent or editor.
Annie Melnick, Development Coordinator, (she/her)
Annie is a sophomore majoring in English Language and Literature. She loves creative writing, reading novels, watching cheesy romantic comedies, listening to music, and drinking coffee. After her undergraduate career, Annie hopes to work for either a literary or magazine publication.
Turlove, Prose Editor, (they/them)
Turlove is a senior majoring in Political Science. Turlove enjoys writing poems and journal entries, and is currently trying their hand at prose writing so that they can tell their own stories better! When happy, Turlove also can be found sitting on their porch, having a deep chat with a friend, or making podcasts.