Welcome our editors of the 2020-2021 team!
Akane Sturtevant is the editor-in-chief of the 2020-2021 issue of The Albion Review. She is currently a junior at Albion College. She is majoring in English with an emphasis on Creative Writing and minoring in Communication Studies. She has a passion for both reading and writing fiction and poetry. After she graduates, she would like to accomplish every writer’s dream and become published, but until then, she is hoping to be able to work with other passionate writers.
Olivia Grantham is a junior at Albion College, majoring in Creative Writing. She transferred from Henry Ford College in Dearborn, where she was the Creative Editor for The Mirror Newspaper. She also served as president of HFC’s Student Environmental Association and was a student in the Honors Program. Last spring, Olivia was named an All-American volleyball player by the National Junior College Athletic Association. In her free time, she enjoys making lists, reading, and volunteering at 826michigan, a creative writing center that offers free drop-in tutoring and themed field trips for students in the Detroit Public School system.
Lucy Nevrly is a sophomore at Albion College and is the poetry editor of The Albion Review. She is studying English and art history, with a hope to teach English at a secondary or college level in the future. Lucy has had an interest in reading and writing from a young age which has also translated into a love film and television. Lucy is very excited to use her passion for storytelling in her work with The Albion Review.
Oli Beeker is a junior at Albion College. This is her first year at Albion after transferring from a small commuter school. She has lived in Michigan her whole life and enjoys the deep winters. Oli has been a writer since she was 13. Even so, she is new to the Creative Writing major and is excited to make her long-time hobby into a career.
Lydia Gilbert is a junior at Albion College. She is a double-major in English and social studies with a secondary education concentration. Since her freshman year, Lydia has been a general member of the Albion Review where she is always hoping to make new inside jokes with the rest of the editing team. Lydia has always had a passion for creative writing and became a published author at the age of fourteen. She thanks her aunt and Albion alumna Sara Shunk Maurer (2000) for always encouraging her creative side.
Kaylee Peterson is a sophomore at Albion and is a general member of The Albion Review. She is studying psychology and also taking pre med coursework. Despite her studies being heavily concentrated heavily in the sciences, Kaylee has always had a love for reading and English. This translates into her devotion for music and songwriting. She loves being a part of this team and reading the works of so many talented individuals.