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Katie Morris is a 20-year-old writer, photographer, and editor of Bleached Magazine from California. She is passionate about music, film, and activism. Find Katie @koolthingkat on Instagram and Twitter.



Beth Haze is a 19-year-old writer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is usually overly caffeinated writing short stories about people she sees on trains and poetry of failed lovers. Find Beth on: TwitterInstagramPoetry InstagramYoutubePersonal Blog



Holly Parkinson is a “physicist, feminist, riot grrl guitarist and ambitious introvert. Likes glitter. A writer, poet, and occasional artist from Brighton, UK.” Find Holly on: Twitter and Instagram.




Sarah Al-shimary is a writer from Las Vegas, NV. She enjoys reading (her favorites are Sylvia Plath and Friedrich Nietzsche), listening to music, spending time with significant people in her life, and being human. Find Sarah on her personal Instagram and writing Instagram.



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Amie Pham is a photographer from California. She eats hot Cheetos more the average person does. She loves people watching and starting new books to read before finishing the last one. Find Amie on Twitter, her photography Instagram, and her personal Instagram.



Katherine Gillcrist is an 18-year-old artist from San Diego. “I have been practicing the arts for as long as I can remember, it’s very important to me to create and see others create. I’m based in San Diego, CA and I specialize in acrylic painting with touches of multimedia, but I also enjoy writing and photography.” Find Katherine on Instagram.


Kristen Manza is a 24-year-old photographer, musician, and extroverted-introvert from Toronto, Canada. You can often find her petting a dog or drifting off into thought. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter.



Brígh Johnston is a transgender artist based in NYC. He currently attends the School of Visual Arts, majoring in Advertising. In his free time, he likes to read, play guitar, learn foreign languages and explore and experience the diversity of the city. Loving, learning, and serving others is the most important thing in his life. He aspires to start his own non-profit organization that uses art and creativity to help uplift impoverished and marginalized people groups of the world.