Lily Goldberg was born and raised in New York City. Lily fell in love with writing through hearing fragments of conversation on the street and inventing lives for the people she passed by. Lily was a semifinalist for the American Voices Award and the Smith College Poetry Prize, as well as the recipient of two National Gold Medals in poetry through the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Lily is a current senior at Hunter College High School, where she is the editor-in-chief of Argus, the literary magazine, Chapter 11, the satire magazine, and writes a monthly column called "So-Lily-Quies" for the school newspaper. She hopes to continue her love of writing in college.
This issue contains two articles I've written
I've edited this satire magazine since junior year!
A humorous column about my guilty pleasure: physical therapy
semifinalist for the Smith College Poetry Prize for High School Girls
A serious column about the fallacy of New Year's Resolutions
Scholastic Art & Writing Awards 2015 Gold Medal winning poems