About Girls Right the World

Girls Right the World is an international literary journal advocating for young, female-identified writers and artists. This journal values and promotes diversity of culture and expression. The editors are students at Miss Hall’s School in Massachusetts.


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Evelyn is a junior at Miss Halls and is from Irvington, New Jersey. She loves creating and consuming art, in all forms, and has a deep love of fantasy, sci-fi, and anime. She is a Marvel fan, and will justify her love for Storm from the X-Men if need be; however, the character she most relates to is Raven from the Teen Titans, who’s cynical attitude and passion for reading she’s always felt kindred with. Evelyn hopes to study Studio Art in college, and maybe become a comic book artist.

Maggie Zhang

Maggie Zhang is from China and she is now a junior at Miss Hall’s School. She loves classical music, fashion, some 90s bands, books, languages, animes and black and white films. Maggie also loves art, especially Pop Art! She loves vintages, for example, old jackets and dresses. Maggie enjoys reading works from around the world because of the diversity of voices represented in them. As an editor for Girls Right the World, she hopes that this site can be a great platform for girls who would love to share their creative works with the world.


Matilda is a junior at Miss Hall’s School. She is a visual artist with a year-round creativity block, an ice lover, a mask collector & a part-time nerd.

Serena (Rea) Rice

Serena (Rea) Rice is a junior at Miss Hall’s School. She is from Louisville, KY, and enjoys reading, playing golf, and listening to music. She wants to travel and discover what she wants do with the rest of her life. Her favorite things in the world are her cat, Scotty, and dog, Levy. She is really excited to be working with girls right the world and to give young women the opportunity to find their voice.

Emily Pulfer-Terino

Emily Pulfer-Terino teaches English and Creative Writing at Miss Hall’s. Additionally, she serves as the faculty supervisor for the creators and editors of Girls Right the World.

Issue Two Editors

Lillian Climo

Lillian Climo is a senior at Miss Halls School, from Great Barrington, MA. She enjoys tattoo art, reading, drawing with pen and ink, and listening to a combination of indie rock girls and boy bands. She wants to create illustrations that express how she and her friends navigate the world as women and non-binary people. When she grows up she wants to either work in visual communications or become a full-time woodland gnome.

Stephanie Do

Stephanie is a senior at Miss Hall's School. She came from Vietnam and enjoys watching movies, reading, and traveling in her free time. Her life goal is to travel to as many countries as possible and makes new friends. She loves listening to others' stories and their life updates, that's why working on Girls Right the World is such a delightful opportunity for her. She feels like she is connected with people from all around the world.

Faia Kronick

Faia Kronick is a junior at Miss Hall's School. She is from North Adams, MA, and enjoys reading, writing, playing the violin, and watching murder mysteries. Advocacy and activism are especially important to her, and she is excited to provide young women from all over the world with a platform for self-expression.

Michela Laurin

Michela is a senior at Miss Hall's from Pittsfield, MA. They are a music fanatic and a history buff, and some of their hobbies include researching for fun, listening to synth wave, and burning candles all night while contemplating the stars. They are passionate about this project because they love stories and think it is important to document voices from around the world.


Issue One Editors

Alicia Bravo

Alicia Bravo is a junior at Miss Hall’s School. She is from Florida and is a self-proclaimed professional nerd. She enjoys reading, rainy days, vintage jewelry and too much honey in her coffee. Her writing is inspired by everything she feels and everything she wishes she felt.

Anna Ngo

Anna Ngo is a junior at Miss Hall’s School. She is from Vietnam. Her hobbies are reading, writing, painting nails and watching movies. This project is important for her because she wants to share her love for literature with everyone around the world.