• Kimberly Katz

    Editorial Intern
    Kimberly Katz

    Kimberly is excited to join the Writopia Lab team as an editorial intern. After completing her freshman year at Emory University, she will continue her studies at Barnard College of Columbia University in the fall. She is thrilled to be back in New York City, where she was raised. Although Kimberly has not yet declared her major, she wants to explore English and political science during her college career. Her internship experience is diverse, including market research, real estate, and sleep medicine. In addition, she volunteered at the JCC Tutoring Program at P.S. 163, tutoring 2nd to 5th grade students in literacy and math during the school year and summer. She likes to write personal essays and hopes to publish a memoir one day. In her spare time, Kimberly enjoys spending time with her family, discovering new music, and playing basketball.

  • Phoebe Cavise

    Phoebe Cavise

    Phoebe Cavise is looking forward to working with Writopia Lab as a summer intern. She holds a B.A. in Art History from Tufts University, where her extracurricular interests also included film, theatre, and music. Over her four years, she published a personal blog through the university’s Admissions website. She also proudly served as a Co-Artistic Director of the country’s only collegiate mime troupe, Hype!, for whom she wrote or directed over two dozen non-verbal skits, ranging from the absurd to the dramatic. Several of her short, full-length, and episodic screenplays have been fully realized into productions, and she hopes her stageplays follow suit. Previously, she has had poetry published in youth competitions, her photography recognized by the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, and served as Editor-in-Chief of her high school literary magazine, Perspectives.

  • Maya Mitrasinovic

    Maya Mitrasinovic

    Maya is so excited to be working at Writopia Lab as a part-time intern! Maya took her first Writopia workshop in eighth grade, continuing all the way until graduating high school, and she started interning at Writopia during her sophomore year. She is now on a gap year before attending the University of Chicago in the Fall of 2019, and she knew from the start that she'd want to spend this year working at Writopia. Writing is a huge part of Maya's life: at Stuyvesant High School she wrote for the school newspaper, was a peer editor at the writing center, and was a playwright for the annual student-run musical theater competition, SING!. She has received both regional and national recognition for her work through the Scholastic Art and Writing awards, the Penguin Random House Creative Writing awards, and the Worldwide Plays Festival, and she has been published in Writopia's The Ellipsis and The Parenthetical literary magazines, as well as in Surge Magazine. Maya loves to write poetry, flash fiction, and creative non-fiction, but when she's not writing, she spends her time running, reading, and learning new languages (both human and programming ones!). Maya can’t imagine what her life would be like without Writopia Lab, and she is so happy to continue being a part of this amazing community.

  • Sarah Boyle

    Sarah Boyle

    Sarah Boyle is thrilled to be interning with Writopia Lab for the summer. She is a senior at Emory University studying English & Creative Writing with a minor in Anthropology. At Emory, she is the treasurer of a student-run literary magazine and volunteers at various elementary schools to help students with their literacy skills. She is currently writing a novella as part of an honors thesis under the mentorship of Tayari Jones. After graduating in December, Sarah plans to move to New York and work for a book publisher or a creative nonprofit.

  • Bethany Weniger

    Bethany Weniger

    Bethany is excited to join the Writopia Lab team as a creative writing intern. She is a rising senior at Brooklyn College where she will graduate in December 2019 with a BA in English. After graduating, she plans to continue her studies and pursue a PhD in English to become a college professor. Prior to interning at Writopia Lab, she worked at a library for four years where she had the opportunity to help with many programs for children and teens, and for the past two years she worked as a writing tutor on college campuses. In addition to reading and writing, Bethany enjoys listening to music, traveling, exploring Brooklyn and other parts of New York City, and she once climbed the Great Wall of China in a thunder storm.

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