About UsMeet the People Subverting Non-Fiction Norms
Chelsey Zhu is a student journalist, podcast junkie, and English major at the University of Pennsylvania. She is a managing editor at 34th Street Magazine, Wexler Studio assistant at the Kelly Writers House, and producer and co-host of The Kidlit Chronicles, a podcast on children’s literature. Her life revolves around her dog, Korean dramas, and brunch.
Anna Naggar is a senior from Seattle, studying English and Cinema Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. She writes nonfiction from a performative vantage point, most recently focusing on motherhood. In her free time, Anna works as a marketing intern at the beauty startup IL MAKIAGE.
Daniel Tao is a former child (current senior)
skipping selectively attending lectures in Networked and Social Systems (hipster Computer Science) at the University of Pennsylvania (where else?). Daniel has written for the Daily Pennsylvanian and 34th Street in the past. though when he says written, he means websites. He ardently believes the harrier jump jet is an overrated method of increasing one’s gravitational potential as compared to traversing up a flight of stairs.
Peyton Toups is a 21 year-old writer from New Orleans studying English with a concentration in Creative Writing at the University of Pennsylvania. A frequent contributor to the magazine, he is the Music Editor of 34th Street Magazine. He also serves on the mastheads of Q-INE and The Penn Review. When he is not in class, he can be found in his room crying to Taylor Swift. His work has received recognition from the William Faulkner Literary Competition. You can read more of his work at Equilibria and listen to his weekly playlists here.
Eva Ingber is a junior at the University of Pennsylvania balancing (or trying to) the pre–med track while studying English and minoring in Chemistry and Neuroscience. She has been a writer and an editor at 34th Street Magazine for the past two years, and is currently serving as co-editor of the magazine’s Features section. Her work has been featured multiple times in Equilibria Magazine, an arts and literary magazine at Penn. She is also an associate editor at Synapse, Penn’s premier multidisciplinary student run healthcare publication. Eva also works in the Gottfried Lab, a lab devoted to understanding and investigating the sense of smell. When she’s not studying, you can find Eva hanging out with friends and family, with her nose in a book, or blasting Phoebe Bridgers.