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ellipsis@westminstercollege.edu

Ellipsis
Westminster College
1840 S. 1300 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84105

Meet Our Staff

Kate Wilson

Kate Wilson

Editor in Chief

Kate Wilson (they/them) is a senior English student at Westminster College with an emphasis in literary studies. They work as an interview correspondent with Half Mystic Press and Royal Rose Magazine. Their work has appeared in Pressure Gauge Press, The Albion Review, and Parentheses Journal. Three of their poems were selected for the Academy of American Poets Student Poetry Prize and they have previously served as a poetry editor, reader, and office assistant with ellipsis…

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Maxwell Kee

Maxwell Kee

Managing Editor

Maxwell Kee (he/him) is an English student with focuses in creative writing and literary studies. He loves to write creative non-fiction and hopes to publish some of his work later this year. Currently, Maxwell works delivering furniture and as an office editor for the Great Salt Lake Institute. When he isn’t playing video games, sawing away at a good book, or working, Maxwell likes to spend his time outdoors hiking and camping. Maxwell has previously worked with ellipsis… as a reader, prose editor, and productions editor.

Grey Burnett

Grey Burnett

Prose Editor

Grey (she/her) is a writer, game dev, musician, and cryptid enthusiast out of the gutters of salt lake city, Utah, where she is working towards a degree in English with an emphasis in creative writing at Westminster College. she is a long-standing member of ellipsis…literature and art, having now fulfilled the roles of poetry, prose, production, and managing editors. she is currently transforming herself into the perfect goblin through dark magics, hormone replacement therapy, and other lifestyle changes.

Morgan Jensen

Morgan Jensen

Prose Editor

Morgan Jensen (she/her) is a student at Westminster College, pursuing a degree in English with an emphasis in creative writing. She is from Salt Lake City Utah, and is also a Certified Surgical Technologist who specializes in pediatrics. Previously, she worked as a reader for ellipsis.... In her free time Morgan enjoys rock climbing, caring for her dogs, and writing short fiction.

Dodge Hovermale

Dodge Hovermale

Prose Editor,
Poetry Editor

Dodge Hovermale (he/they) is a sophomore studying creative writing and philosophy. They write creative nonfiction and poetry, but find the most joy in painting and printmaking. Outside of ellipsis…. Dodge is a coordinator and mentor through Walkways to Westminster, and a cashier at a local grocery store. In their free time, they like to trail run, study Marxism, and knit.

Viviana Grigware

Viviana Grigware

Poetry Editor

Viviana Grigware (she/her) is from Grand Junction, Colorado, and moved to Salt Lake City in August of 2017. She is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in English with an emphasis in creative writing, as well as a minor in communication. She is also a student in the Honors College and is working towards an Honors Certificate. Viviana has previously worked for ellipsis… as a reader and prose editor, and currently works at a restaurant and as a research assistant at Westminster College.

Jennifer Hylwa

Jennifer Hylwa

Poetry Editor,
Productions Editor

Jennifer Hylwa (she/her) is a student at Westminster College pursuing a BA in Outdoor Education and Leadership, as well as a minor in English. Originally from Morris, Connecticut, she moved to Salt Lake City to chase the snow for skiing and discover the rocks for climbing. When she’s not having fun outside, Jen likes to spend her time playing guitar, reading books, and taking naps.

Preston Kill

Preston Kill

Art Editor

Preston Kill (he/him) is a second year student at Westminster College, focusing on art administration and visual art. Preston specializes in photography, and his work has been featured in the Portland Art Museum. Preston likes the occult, prefers shooting in film, and thinks the Pacific Northwest is the best place on Earth.

Natasha Sajé

Natasha Sajé

Advisor

Natasha Sajé (she/her) is the author of three books of poems, including Vivarium; a book of poetry criticism, Windows and Doors: A Poet Reads Literary Theory; and many essays. Sajé is a professor of English at Westminster College and a member of poetry faculty at the Vermont College of Fine Arts MFA in writing program.

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