2021 Spring Prose Contributors
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Amanda Ades is a junior Music major with a minor in English Writing, hailing from Kent, Washington. She is usually found composing music, weaving lyrics, and doodling in every margin her pen comes into contact with.
Savannah Pratt is a senior majoring in Hispanic Studies and minoring in Writing. She finally listens to the words of her 3rd-grade teacher, who swore she should become a writer. After graduation, she will pursue a Masters’s in Education with a Bilingual endorsement and publish as a part-time writer.
Caitlin Klütz, a senior majoring in English Writing and minor in Publishing and Printing Arts, loves creating things with her hands. She loves a good history docuseries to dive into. She is a reporter for The Mast and loves writing creative fiction and nonfiction. She hopes you find comfort in her writings.
Does this man have a life? Who knows! Between majoring in Biology and English, studying piano, writing god-awful poetry, and being the resident force of chaos on Hinderlie’s second floor, Daniel Bensen sure knows how to straddle the line between personal vocation and existential crisis on a daily basis.
Jenna Muller is a senior majoring in English Writing and minoring in French, Business, and Criminal Justice. When she’s not writing, she enjoys collecting books, antiques, and houseplants. Her favorite subject to photograph is her exceptionally wiggly, sun-loving chocolate lab, Kona.
John Evanishyn is a senior with an Environmental Studies and Writing double major. Elements of personal interests sprout up throughout his work—vegetable and flower gardening, classical guitar, urban foraging, cider pressing. Currently, he is invested in the use of fiction as a tool for addressing environmental issues and contemplating our relationship with land.
Marit Gjelde-Bennett is a current second-year student studying Biology and Religion. When she isn’t studying she can be found exceeding word counts on essays and cursing God for making chemistry a thing. She plans to keep collecting blank journals while putting all her writing ideas on random pieces of trash. Most of her writing contains dark themes and dogs; she isn’t sure why.
Sage Warner is a freshman at PLU, majoring in History. She loves looking at unique perspectives on history. Her favorite flowers are daffodils and her favorite fruits are raspberries. She loves art and reading, and her favorite movement is the Romantic era. Sage struggles with long-windedness and often exceeds word limits.