Chloe Campbell, originally from a small town in Southeastern Ohio, earned BAs in English and Creative Writing from Columbia University in New York in 2012, where she was also awarded the Woodberry and Academy of American Poets prizes. She moved to North Carolina in 2012 to pursue an MFA in Creative Writing at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she served as Poetry Editor at The Greensboro Review and as a member of the Poetry Editorial Staff at The Raleigh Review. She joined the St. Andrew’s Upper School faculty in 2014. Her writing has been featured in Fugue, Spoon River Poetry Review, storySouth, The Pinch, and Boxcar Poetry Review. Chloe has also been shortlisted in the Ploughshares Emerging Writers contest and has been working with gifted middle and high school students with the Duke Talent Identification Program since 2014. In 2017 she received a scholarship from the Poetry Foundation to study at the Foundation’s Summer Teachers Institute in Chicago. At SAS she serves as the Program Coordinator of the Sophomore Advisory Program, and the Advisor to the school literary magazine, The Scottish Primrose. Outside of school, Chloe continues to practice poetry and nonfiction writing, and, unsurprisingly, enjoys reading and working on crossword puzzles at the beach in her spare time.