Iris Chen is a rising junior and aspiring writer currently living in Shanghai, China. She enjoys writing fiction and poetry, and is inspired by authors as of Jane Austen, Don Dellilo, and Maya Angelou. Her work has been published in the
Shanghai Urban Family Magazine and Shanghai Daily, and has also won awards from the Scholastic Writing and Arts
Awards. She is excited to get to review the work of other young writers and spread a collective passion for writing.
Mandy Chen is a student and young writer living in Shenzhen, China. She loves to read, paint and practice Chinese
martial arts in her spare time. She especially enjoys reading and writing fiction. Her stories have been published by
the Lilun Magazine, the Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review, and shortlisted by the Claremont Review Annual
Contest. She looks forward to interacting with and reading the works of fellow young writers.
Claire Quan is a young writer born in Singapore and attending boarding school in Deerfield, MA. During the grueling winters, she loves to curl up with novels by Richard Flanagan, Walt Whitman, and Virginia Woolf. Her work has been
published in Shanghai Daily, the Interlochen Review, and the Little Brown House Review. She has also - brace yourselves - published a crossword hint in the New York Times! She is absolutely thrilled to be able to read and review the
work of fellow writers.
Joe Luo is a senior student who currently studies at an American high school. He specializes in software engineering, game production, web design, database management, and penetration testing. Please contact him if you encounter a problem with submission or any technical difficulty.
Gloria resides in a small town in Suzhou, China, and is a junior at a local international school, where she is an active member and leader for its publication team. She enjoys the works of James Joyce and Albert Camus, and sometimes considers herself a crude writer, illustrator, and somewhat of an artist. Rumor has it that one might find some of her works here —> thegloriah.wordpress.com