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Volume 6 / Summer 2011

Editorial Assistants

Jenna Beaulieu--Fiction

Jenna Beaulieu is a native of the Saint John Valley. She received her Bachelors of Art degree in English from the University of Maine at Fort Kent and has continued pursuing her passion for literature and writing through self-education in Fiction, Poetry, and Nonfiction. She is the creator of the site eCapris, where she reviews ebooks that are shorter than usual (100 pages in length or less).

Stacy Bettencourt--Nonfiction

Stacy Bettencourt is a 2010 graduate of the University of Maine at Augusta. She holds her BA in English and is currently one year into a master of arts in professional writing. Most of her time is spent between managing a retail store and teaching adult education at two local school districts. In her free time she enjoys reading, writing, and gardening.

Angel Dionne--Poetry

Angel Dionne is a junior at UMFK, residing in Madawaska, Maine. She is currently studying English Literature and aspires to become a professor as well as an accomplished novelist.

Kelsey Dubois--Fiction

Kelsey Dubois is an English major and Art minor at the University of Maine at Fort Kent. Living in New Canada, she loves to hike in the peaceful countryside of Northern Maine. She also enjoys photography, sewing, and volunteering in the community.

Katie Levesque--Art & Photography

Katie Levesque currently resides in her home town, Fort Kent. She is taking a break from her English degree to care for her 4-month old daughter, Persephone Grace Kilcollins.

Aaron Tolbert--Poetry

Aaron Tolbert is a native of upstate New York who fist attended college at the University of Vermont (Burlington). Having engaged a lifelong interest in poetry, in May 2010 Aaron received his Master's degree, at UVM, in English Literature where he completed a thesis engaging ecocrticism and the British romantic poet William Wordsworth. Aaron recently moved to the St. John Valley where he currently serves as a Reading/Writing Specialist for the University of Maine at Fort Kent. Aaron also currently is pursuing his doctoral degree in Higher Education through the University of Maine Orono.

Joseph E. Becker--Webmaster

Joseph E. Becker is Associate Professor of English & Comparative Literature at the University of Maine at Fort Kent who specializes in Romanticism and Comparative Mythology.  He has been dabbling with web coding since the mid-1990s.