Kyle L. Bailey: I am an Anime and Video Game Enthusiast.
I enjoy being creative and imaginative, and allow my imagination
to get out of control at times; Imagination Expert. I am from and
currently reside in Marion Ohio. I'm attempting to get into Visual
Communication Design, but I also enjoy writing creatively.
Hi, I am Jherek Cummings. I am 37
years old. I am working on my bachelor`s degree at OSUM, with an
English major and an anthropology minor. When I finish school in
the fall, I will be pretty good at writing. In the future I will
be writing in creative ways of expressing the experience of being
human. I have enjoyed writing short stories, poems and prose. Whoever
gets to read an issue of The Cornfield Review is really lucky, because
it contains works from many artists including students at OSUM. I
feel blessed to have been able to get my work published by the student
publishers in Ben McCorkle`s Cornfield Review class. I was in McCorkle`s
Cornfield class two semesters ago. It was a good experience and I
would recommend it to anyone interested in publishing. Thank you
and enjoy the readings from The Cornfield Review. OH-IO!
Manijeh Hadjarpour - I am a student at OSU Marion.. I decided to
go back to school after so many years and it was the best decision
I made regarding my continued education. I have a son who will be
graduating from OSU Columbus this semester, Spring 2014, in Business
Agriculture with Applied Economics with Finance and Classics as his
minor. I work at the Lazarus building in Downtown Columbus. I have
tried to take Mary Fahy’s Digital Photography course several
times, but due to numerous conflicts, I was unable to until this
semester. I am enjoying the class and have learned a lot from my
Brittany Violet Long: Recent OSU graduate, long-time contributor
Also known as Mandy Lewis, Mandy Lucero is a previous student at
OSUM in the English and History departments. She is currently working
in a field completely unrelated to either of her majors, but uses
the skills she mined from her college career every day. She hasn't
lost her love of photography or literature, and still seeks to show
the world her point of view through a camera lens. With the support
of her loving husband, she hopes to someday be able to focus all
her energies on photography.
James Travis O'Quin: After
a twenty year hiatus, during which I was serving in the United States
Navy, I have returned to what I love...art. I am proud to have had
my photographs selected and displayed amongst such great company.
I look forward to growing and learning during my time here at OSU,
and hope to have the distinct privilege to share my artwork with
you every chance I get.
Hannah Russell is excitedly at the final stage of her transformation
from homeschooled jungle freak to assimilated degree-holding nihilist.