“Substitute ‘damn’ every time you’re inclined to write ‘very’; your editor will delete it and the writing will be just as it should be.”
Carlos Rodriguez is an Assistant Professor of English at Dominican and the faculty advisor for Tuxedo Magazine.
Anna Brady is an Australian exchange student studying at Dominican for one semester with focuses on Writing and Spanish. A creative mind always up for trying new things, her main hobbies are outdoors based. Keen surfer and explorer while also a lover of music including the underground DJ music scene (disco/funk especially!)
Amanda Isaacs is a junior majoring in creative writing, but is thinking about switching to history. She is a savant in trivia about “The Office” and enjoys taking pictures of her cat Cinnamon. If Amanda had to choose a perfect day, it would be spent at the farmers market and figuring out mystery riddles.
Myron Eusebio is a sophomore English major and is also on a pre-med track. He hopes to have a career in pediatrics or education. He loves spending time with his significant other, visiting theme parks, and going to the movies.
Sol Carrasco is a sophomore English major with a creative writing emphasis. She plans
on going into screenwriting, but hopes to publish a few novels as well. She has a love for anything considered out of the ordinary, or anything labeled as mysterious, strange, or unusual. Her hobbies includes drawing, writing, going to concerts, and hanging out with friends.
Rick Ramirez is a Creative Writing freshman at Dominican University of California. He is originally from San Jose, California and is a goofy comic book-movie-music-video game nerd. He also loves dogs and burritos, and would name a future puppy- Pancho.
Ian Crosby is a Senior English Major and an aspiring writer. He has been interested in telling stories since he was a child, and is currently experimenting with writing in various genres. He is a Marin local who loves animals, terrible puns, and long walks on the beach.
Camille is an English major completing her junior year at Dominican University of California. She is a Northern California native, having lived most of her life in San Francisco and Marin County, and enjoys studying critical theory and literary analysis. During her free time, she enjoys writing songs and poetry, watching weird videos on YouTube, and expanding her record collection. She currently plays guitar in a punk rock garage band.
Alex Turnage has a habit of figuratively falling on his face. At times this is due to his crippling addiction to games, comics, and movies, but he’ll blame it on something topical like how flammable the California is. He is the last stretch of his college career and boy is it a long stretch. Adulthood is longer though, so he might want to be careful what he wished for.