The Ransack Staff
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Lily Someson is a queer poet, writer, and activist based in Chicago, Illinois. They are currently an undergraduate poetry major and gender studies' minor in their college, where they are a forthcoming contributing editor of Columbia Poetry Review along with being Vice President & co-founder of Speak Your Truth, their college's only writing collective on campus. Their work is upcoming in Court Green Journal and they are presently writing a book of poetry on incarceration, race, and the black body in America. On their off days, they can be most often seen petting the dogs in their neighborhood and still believing in true love.
Lily serves as Director of Design and Editor of Ransack.
Sav Robinson is a writer, student, and general (over)thinker who is very contentedly rooted in Chicago, Illinois. They serve as an external marketing director on the board of their college’s only writing organization, Speak Your Truth, and are currently enrolled in its undergraduate nonfiction program as well as its cultural studies minor. Presently, they are working on an anthology of their work that will encompass the things they’ve come to learn about themselves through navigating this world as a queer, non-binary person. Sav is adamant on carving out spaces where the often-complex crossroads of people’s identities are not only holistically acknowledged, but valued and respected. They are also very adamant on the belief that shouting the lyrics to Alanis Morissette's 1995 smash-hit ‘You Oughta Know’ can heal most anything.
Sav serves as Development Director and Editor of Ransack.
Natalie Benson-Greer is a writer, student and fine art fanatic living in Chicago, Illinois. She’s currently enrolled as an undergraduate fiction major and management minor in her college, where she serves as the logistics consultant for the colleges only writing collective, Speak Your Truth. She is currently embarking on a new collection of short stories following the exploration of identity and relationships through the lens of a broken, violence-ridden, lower class family in the south. In between surges of productivity, you’ll most likely find her in a face mask, sipping on a milkshake and listening to a true crime podcast.
Natalie serves as Productions Manager and Editor of Ransack Press.