Corey Bean’s life seems more and more ridiculous the more you know about him. He comes from a town called Cornville, Maine and grew up homeschooled on a horse farm. He had no TV until he was 18 years old and therefore doesn’t understand a lot of cultural references. He attended the University of Maine, where he earned a BA and then an MA in English. He has loved reading fiction and non-fiction for as long as he can remember, and he currently lives in South Korea, where he teaches English to university students. He knows how to juggle poorly.
Jordan Schauer is a New Yorker but has lived in South Korea for three years. He is interested in reading about themes of home and life as an outsider and is curious about the relationship between place and character/identity. Second to that he is interested in stories of love, relationships, dating, parenting, (dysfunctional is okay), and confronting those questions we must consider as we move through this world. He writes fiction, nonfiction and poetry and has an MFA from the City College of New York. He is also a certified yoga instructor and plays the guitar.
Hello readers and potential contributors! I am an EFL teacher in South Korea. For several years now, I have been soldiering through the challenges and cruising through advantages of living life as a stranger in a strange land. What do you have to say about your experiences as a foreigner? We’re waiting patiently for your words.
Sian Lewis (Graphic Designer/Social Media)
Due to my father being in the United States Navy I’ve grown up around the world. I enjoying looking at artwork around the globe. Art and video games have always been two passionate hobbies of mine which is the reason I got a bachelors of fine arts, focusing on computer animation. I love graphic design and web design. Now i currently live in South Korea teaching English, but I still continue to draw and create collages in my spare time.