2021 Editors of The Sandy River Review:
Amber Soha is a co-editor of 2021 edition of The Sandy River Review. She is in her senior year at UMF majoring in English with minors in Creative Writing, Editing and Publishing, and Women’s and Gender studies. She enjoys spending time with her family and raft of ducks. In her free time she writes, makes art and practices mindfulness.
Sophie Murray is a co-editor of the 2021 edition of The Sandy River Review. She is a senior Creative Writing major and a member of UMF’s Writer’s Guild and Art Club. She enjoys baking and cooking with her mom and exploring the numerous museums and parks in New York City with her dad. In her free time, she draws, gets lost in her own imagination, and probably spends way too much time on YouTube.
Fall 2020 Editors of The River:
Emalyn Remington a Junior at the University of Maine at Farmington double majoring in Theatre and Creative Writing. She is very passionate about her studies and loves to surround herself with extracurriculars that reflect that. Emalyn is the secretary of Student Theatre UMF (or STUMF) as well as a “minion” for the Creative Writing program on campus. When not holed up in her dorm room reading or onstage, Emalyn can be found on her aunt’s farm in Southern Vermont where she is a full time nanny who enjoys kayaking, hiking, and writing.
Kimberly Clark is a 2020 graduate of the University of Maine at Farmington, majoring in Creative Writing with minors in Spanish, Anthropology, and International and Global Studies. Her writing can be found published in Ripple, The Sandy River Review, and more. She is a past winner of the Terry Plunkett Poetry Festival, and maintains passions for poetry, cooking, traveling, and language studies. Born and raised in Maine, she continues to live in Farmington where she cooks professionally.