In Fall 2017, I wrote a piece entitled “Neurasthenia, Robert Graves, and Poetic Therapy in the Great War” as part of Dr. Ian A. Isherwood’s course, The Great War, which was featured in the Gettysburg College institutional repository, The Cupola.
Centre Stage is a poetry collection considering the impact that music, film, and theatre has.
Put Me In, Coach* is a biography of Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania native George S. Lord, my grandfather. Throughout his life, George has been a prolific photographer and local historian and has impacted hundreds of lives in coaching and otherwise staffing a variety of sports.
Mistakes Were Made is the debut poetry collection of Juliette Sebock. Written over years of watching the world around her, the poems compiled here examine love, loss, mistakes made, and lessons learned.
For the Sake of Good Taste is a lifestyle blog specialising in fashion, organisation, finance, life, and frugality. Following its June 2017 launch, the site has provided tips and tricks, recipes, and product reviews to thousands of readers and social media followers.
I am a contributor at The Mighty, where I share personal narratives regarding life with chronic illness.
I founded the Gettysburg College chapter of Her Campus in Fall 2015 and served as its Campus Correspondent (Editor-in-Chief) until graduating in Spring 2018.
Throughout my undergraduate career, I wrote several pieces for Her Campus Media (hercampus.com), as well as for Her Campus at Gettysburg, the Gettysburg College chapter of the organisation, which I founded in 2015.
In 2015-16, I served as a Gettysburg College Civil War Institute Fellow. As such, I participated in research and event-coordinating with the Institute, as well as covering events for the organization’s blog, the Gettysburg Compiler. In the process, I worked with both Gettysburg College historians and visiting members of the historical community.