Co-Editor / Layout Editor
Elena is a queer Chicanx writer from Adrian, Michigan. They are an MFA candidate at the University of Minnesota. Their work has appeared in Gasher Journal, The Acentos Review, The Journal of Latina Critical Feminism, Split Lip Magazine, and Michigan Quarterly Review. They live off of horchata, dew drops on spiderwebs, and punk rock. Everything they do, they do for the Eraserhead baby.
Inocencia is a Chicana writer from Adrian, Michigan. She has a BA in Creative Writing from Adrian College. Her work has appeared in Ofi Press and Oxcart Magazine. Painting things blue, small (all) toads, and that time she got Joyce Manor’s Barry Johnson to autograph her birth control are the things she cherishes most.
Director of Communications
Sarah is a former Lenawee youth who has always cherished and dabbled in the arts in all their forms (writing, visual art, music, theatre etc.) and now attends Michigan Technological University in pursuit of a Bachelors in Theatre and Entertainment Technology with a focus in Management. For Sarah, it is an honor to help in anyway she can to help connect people to the arts, and an even bigger honor to work with her friends.
Nadia Marie Mota
Co-Editor / Web Designer
Nadia is a Chicana writer from the east side of Adrian. She is pursuing her MFA in poetry at The University of Michigan’s Helen Zell Writers’ Program. Nadia is the recipient of an Academy of American Poets Prize and other various Hopwood Awards. You can find her in the BreakBeat Poets Vol. 4: LatiNEXT and PANK Magazine. You can also find her cooking for her friends, crying over tiny mushrooms, or falling in love with the moon.
Jesse is a Chicano writer from Adrian. He has a BA in Creative Writing from Siena Heights University. He has been compared to Ritchie Valens, but only by physical appearance. Jesse will be making music, movies, and poetry until he doesn’t want to.
Director of Marketing
Connor has a Bachelors in Marketing from Adrian College, but nothing that it implies. He once wrote a children's book that his professor and mom said was pretty good. He was too afraid to publish it so instead he helps with social media and financials for this zine.