Here at antonym, our editorial board is comprised of a group of individuals who bring their own unique visions to each issue. Every month, we create fresh combinations of board members to tackle the creation of antonym, according to our availability, and lend our hand with other tasks along the way. Our team members do everything from submission selection, editing, and design of issues, to running workshops, creating social media graphics, and helping to promote the magazine. It’s truly a collaborative effort. We don’t have specific job titles, but assign tasks that we’re interested in and tackle them as needed. 

editorial board

meet Maddie

Maddie is a book fanatic, recent graduate, and Gilmore Girls enthusiast who aspires to work in publishing. After interning with her school’s literary magazine, she fell in love with the work of amplifying literary voices. She founded antonym not only in response to the coronavirus crisis, but because she sorely needed something productive to do. Now it’s grown far beyond her wildest imagination, and she feels very fortunate to put this together every month with friends. 

Book Maddie could reread every month: A Girl Named Zippy

TV Show Maddie would pick for the rest of her life: Gilmore Girls

Movie Maddie would pick for the rest of her life: What’s Eating Gilmore Grape

Favorite Ice Cream flavor: Mint chocolate chip, but only if it’s not green

meet Johanna

Johanna is a multimedia artist living in Richmond, VA. Antonym is her first experience with the publishing world and she’s enjoyed learning how to create a digital magazine. Johanna studied art at Earlham College and loves to use her photo editing skills to make your visual art submissions look great! 

Book Johanna could reread every month: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe

TV Show Johanna would pick for the rest of her life: Supernatural

Movie Johanna would pick for the rest of her life: Waking Ned Devine

Favorite Ice Cream flavor: Anything with large amounts of chocolate 

meet Anna

Anna graduated from Earlham College with a major in English and minors in creative writing and art.  She joined antonym because it’s become a great place for creative minds to meet and it gives voice to anyone who wants to be involved.

Book Anna could reread every month: Black Beauty

TV Show Anna would pick for the rest of her life: Psych

Movie Anna would pick for the rest of her life: Flicka

Favorite Ice Cream flavor: Anything chocolate

meet Sonia

Sonia studies science and literature as a college student in Texas. She enjoys reading, writing, and sewing in her free time and is excited to be part of antonym.

Book Sonia could reread every month: Ella Enchanted

TV Show Sonia would pick for the rest of her life: Mad Men

Movie Sonia would pick for the rest of her life: The Last Holiday

Favorite Ice Cream flavor: Cookies and Cream

meet Caroline

caroline

Caroline recently graduated from Earlham College, where she studied biology and Spanish. She deeply enjoys spending time outside, and when she’s not birding or looking for salamanders, she can often be found wandering the woods with her camera and a notebook. She is enjoying the opportunity to explore her creative side while at antonym! 

Book Caroline could reread every month: Flight Behavior

TV Show Caroline would pick for the rest of her life: Psych

Movie Caroline would pick for the rest of her life: Elf

Favorite Ice Cream flavor: Black raspberry chocolate chunk

meet Emma

Emma is currently a sophomore at Roanoke College in Virginia where she is a Literary Studies major with minors in Creative Writing and Spanish. In addition to school work she is a competitive runner, and in her free time she enjoys reading, baking, walking, and spending time with friends and family. She is excited to be gaining publishing experience with antonym! 

Book Emma could reread every month: Beartown

TV Show Emma would pick for the rest of her life: Psych

Movie Emma would pick for the rest of her life: Spotlight

Favorite Ice Cream flavor: Peanut butter ripple

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