Sabrina Guo is a fifteen-year-old from New York. She is an award-winning student journalist, poet, novelist, violinist, entrepreneur, and a young humanitarian. She is the recipient of the Civic Expression Award and five Gold Medals from the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and a winner of the Foyle Young Poets of the Year Awards, the Barbara Mandigo Kelly Peace Poetry Awards, and Poetry Society of Virginia’s Jenkins Prize. She is also the founder of Long Island Laboring Against COVID-19 (LILAC) and Girl Pride International. She loves being in nature, going to the beach, riding her black bike with pink streaks, listening to music, and playing with her tabby cat Daisy 24/7.
As a Stone Soup intern, Sabrina interviewed all of the company’s senior management (CEO, EIC, etc.) and developed an in-house operation manual. She laos worked with the leadership team to develop an ongoing program that features works by young refugee artists, including film, photography, art, and writing.
Sam Rozal is currently an undergraduate student (but soon-to-be a masters student) who got involved with Stone Soup after taking a course about literary journals with Emma Wood at UC-Santa Cruz! During her time interning at Stone Soup, she was blown away by the level of talent within the community. Sam loves writing, especially science writing, and she is currently working on a research project about beach litter.
As a Stone Soup intern, Sam worked on social media and outreach as well as reading through submissions for the book contest in 2019.