Isabel Montero got her bachelor’s degree from Whittier College, where she worked as a copy editor for her college’s newspaper, The Quaker Campus. Her poems and short fiction have been published in Whittier College’s Greenleaf Review. Residing in Whittier, California, she enjoys reading YA romances, journaling, and writing sad poems. In her free time, you can find her singing at the top of her lungs at concerts, spending time with her family, or discovering new delicious restaurants.
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