Stevie Seibert Desjarlais
Stevie Seibert Desjarlais holds A.B.D. status in the Department of English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where she studies twentieth and twenty-first century American literature, women’s literature, film and popular culture. Stevie holds a BA in English from Pepperdine University and a MA in Women’s Studies from San Diego State University. In addition to the blog, you can read more by Stevie in the Quarterly Review of Film and Video, the Journal of Popular Film and Television, and Pedagogy.
Gina Keplinger is a second year M.A. student in Composition and Rhetoric. She is interested in gender, bodies, incarceration, and community writing projects. Gina serves as Administrator for Watershed
Christian Rush is a second year M.A. student in Literary Studies at the University of Nebraska Lincoln. His work tends to focus on sexuality and body studies, popular culture, digital and social media, and critical theory. Christian serves as Treasurer for Watershed.
Colten White is an undergraduate student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln studying English and Speech Secondary Education with minors in English and Communication Studies. They have been writing for Watershed since the spring of 2017. Although they draw from a wide range of academic influences, most of their writing is framed through feminism and queer theory.
Ilana Masad is a second-year PhD (and also a second-year MA) student in English and Creative Writing at UNL with a focus on fiction writing. In academia, she's interested in queer narratives, women's narratives, narratives about mental illness, and the spaces in which these and other identity markers intersect in literature. Outside of academia, she is interested in basically the same things and writes about them for a (sort of) living.
Keshia Mcclantoc in a second year MA in UNL's English department with a concentration in Composition and Rhetoric and specialization in Women and Gender Studies. Specifically, she focuses on queer/feminist rhetorics, community literacies, and digital rhetorics. In her free time, she pretends to write poetry, runs a pop culture blog, rewatches old D-COMS, spends way too much time thinking about the rhetoric of Youtube.
Regan Levitte is a Masters student in English, studying Composition and Rhetoric with a specialty in writing center studies. She is interested in exchange and criticism techniques, intersectional feminism, and pop culture critique.