Cloë Di Flumeri
Cloë is a third year student at Widener University majoring in English, Political Science, and International Relations. They are Co-Editor in Chief and Co-Founder of The Q&A. Cloë writes music, games, and makes jewelry in their free time.
Christina is the Co-founder of Q&A Zine, and a mechanical engineering major with a creative writing minor at Widener University.
One of her favorite books is I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson.
She has known about her sexuality since middle school, and is incredibly thankful for all the people working behind the scenes on this zine and the people supporting it.
Copy Editor: Prose
Emilee Araujo is a student, cinephile, and writer. She currently attends Texas State University majoring in English with a film concentration.
She was drawn to The Q&A Zine because she believe there should be more queer lit, both on bookshelves and online.
You can catch her at your local taqueria eating tacos or follow her on Instagram @pan.dullce.
Emilee’s favorite song is “Into the Ocean” by Blue October.
Copy Editor: Poetry
Rebecca Stevens (she/her) is a recent graduate of Haverford College with a major in Psychology and a minor in Creative Writing.
She was raised in Kaua’i and is currently working back home as a veterinary technician. Rebecca is a poet who enjoys writing about community, family, love, and loss. Her work has been published in Mawth Magazine.
She appreciates all forms of creative writing and is especially excited to read poetry written by queer folks. Her favorite authors at the moment are Ross Gay, Cynthia Dewi Oka, Natalie Diaz, and Anne Carson. In her spare time, she dreams of fresh fruit, home-baked bread, and the queer future resting just over the horizon.
Hi! My name is Sarah Chapman (she/her) and I am a student at Bryn Mawr College. I love to write poetry and short stories, draw, play music, and I am on the field hockey team. I am currently studying creative writing at Bryn Mawr.
I was drawn into this zine because I felt it would serve as a wonderful platform for queer students who were in need of a safe space to express themselves through their writing and art. I am so happy to say that in the past year I have become a lot more comfortable with writing and drawing while including aspects of my own sexuality, and that is exactly what I want this magazine to do for others: be a place where you can be unapologetically yourself through artistic expression. Everyone deserves to have a voice. I am so proud to be on this team, and I can’t wait to take a look at all of your pieces!
Social Media Manager
Hey I’m Alex and my pronouns are they/them!
I’m an English major from Rosemont College and I love writing short horror stories as well as screenplays in my free time.
I’m super excited to help with this zine and meet fellow queer writers and artists through this safe space.
My favorite song at the moment is probably a tie between “Nellie” by Dr. Dog and “Barracuda” by John Cale.
Leon Mopecha is a recent graduate of Widener University and an African nonbinary activist for queer people of color.
They enjoy covering everything queer as it concerns travel, cinema, and music.
They also portray queer narratives through poetry, film, and photography