Zoë Blair-Schlagenhauf graduated from Loyola University New Orleans magna cum laude in spring 2018. She currently lives in New Orleans, but will be relocating to Los Angeles in July of 2018. She is the 2018 recipient of the Mark Grote Award, a $1000 grant which culminates in an exhibition. She is also the recipient of the 2018 Outstanding Art History Student Award. She is the co-founder and head graphic designer of Tenderness, Yea, a small publishing house and literary magazine. She is the author of Chlamydia Summer (TY17) and her poetry has appeared in Voicemail Poems, American Media Magazine, Witchcraft Mag, Spykids Review, Metatron, and elsewhere. In the past, Zoë has worked with the Diboll Gallery, PARSE gallery, AIGA New Orleans, and the Healing Center Gallery. You can find her artwork on instagram @zoeblair_schlagenhauf and her bad jokes on twitter @chlamydiot666. She loves you.