Current Contributing Editors:
Annie Weyer grew up in Columbus and has recently returned after being away for fourteen years. She delights in all things ridiculous and unexpected. As the mother of five, ranging from the ages of twenty-one to seven, and two very spoiled dogs, she sees plenty of both. She plans to transfer to OSU to complete her degrees in English and Sociology, and continue on to earn her graduate degree in Sociology. She hopes to be a victim’s advocate in a domestic violence shelter. Cross-Fit, red meat and cheap domestic beer are a few of her favorite things.
John (Jack) Riordan is a Good as Gold CSCC student and a Spring Street Contributing Editor. He is retired now after 40 years working for the Federal and State Government Public Service. He primarily administered Community, Housing, and Economic Development programs and also spent 19 months in Vietnam working with the State Department as a Refugee Relief officer. He writes quarterly for the Ohio Conference of Community Development on issues related to income inequality and problems related to local governments.
Anna Bowersox was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio but has an inkling for travel, spontaneity and new experiences. She is in her sixth semester at Columbus State Community College and plans to transfer to Ohio State University to finish her bachelors in either social work or art therapy. After graduating, she hopes to use that degree to work with victims of human trafficking.
Past Contributing Editors:
CJ Nemastil is a native of Cleveland, Ohio and moved to the Columbus region in the summer of 2014. Having graduated from Miami university in 2012, CJ hopes to pursue graduate studies at the Ohio State University within the next few years. CJ is a licensed real estate consultant in the state of Ohio and also works part time publishing fliers and news letters for various organizations. He has a passion for traveling and has spent time living in South Korea and Japan.
As an avid reader and exceptional day dreamer, Taylor Armstrong is constantly on the hunt for innovative ideas. She’s traveled from Australia, to Mexico, to Ireland, and everywhere in between in search of new things, people, and ways of thinking. When Taylor’s not traveling, she’s watching movies and exploring museums. Taylor loves when directors and artists can bring their attention to detail, sensory descriptors, and emotionally evocative choices together.
Brian Ellair is a non-traditional student studying Health Information Technology at Columbus State. A lifelong avid reader, he has only recently begun to pursue writing seriously. He mainly writes literary fiction, poetry and flash fiction. His major literary influences are Vonnegut, Bradbury, Hemingway, Le Guinn, and O’Conner.