Meet the Fall 2019 Staff of PCC Inscape!
Managing Editor & Social Media Outreach - CoCo
Bio Coming Soon
Asst. Managing Editor & Poetry Editor - Alicia Wilson
Alicia Wilson is a 22-year-old California native double-majoring in English and Sociology. Aspiring to work for the ACLU as a human rights/mental health advocate she says, "I started out at an art school in Oakland, CA and quickly found my way back to Southern California, where I've basically lived my entire life. I am double majoring in the hopes that I can eventually combine my love of writing with my passion for activism. I have a lot of freckles, have recently started working with ceramics, and I love my cats more than most people." Her editorial roles consist of managing submissions, reaching out to authors, and working on the website's ease of access.
Likes: poetry, processed sugar, and progress
Dislikes: stubbing her toe, the president, and when her cat drinks out of the toilet
If you want to learn more, you can find her chapbook, poetry, and more at amariewilson007.wixsite.com/writelikethewind.
Associate Poetry Editor Noah Kim
Noah Kim is a 19-year-old English major who primarily aspires to go into the Law field after finishing the required schooling. Noah shares an underlying passion for creative works of literature. Being asked so consistently to analyze works of literature through a structured lens, Noah eventually wants to go into a field that will require even more structural analysis. He finds a deep joy in reading the creative works of others simply to appreciate the work and creativity it presents. He thinks reading and writing an ensemble of creative pieces is vitally important to consistently growing your mind and enlarging your perspective in the midst of societal flux. Noah’s job on Inscape is to primarily read, consider, and provide feedback regarding the poetry pieces up for publication in the next issue. Aside from reading, he is currently working
on re-organizing the website’s table of contents and transcribing the current contents into a more organized and aesthetically appealing page of reference.