Noelle McManus is a writer, poet, and editor from Long Island, New York.
She studies Linguistics and Spanish at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where she is also pursuing a German minor. Since 2018, she has worked as an editorial assistant for both Wellesley Centers for Women's Women's Review of Books and independent publishing house Dottir Press. She plans to conduct her senior year thesis on translations of the works of South American women writers, namely ones that directly contradict misogynistic cultural beliefs.
Perhaps the spiral Minoan script
is not a language but a map. What we feel most has
no name but amber, archers, cinnamon, horses, and birds.
— Jack Gilbert