1966 is a collaboration among these people:


Kelly Grey Carlisle’s memoir is We Are All Shipwrecks. Her creative nonfiction has appeared in Ploughshares, Salon, The New England Review, The Sun, River TeethSubtropics, and The Rumpus. She is an Associate Professor of English at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.

Managing Editor

Web Editor

Hannah Hsu, born and raised in Houston, TX, studies Choral Music Education and Creative Writing. In addition to being a movie-talker, video essay enthousiast, amateur composer and painter, Hannah enjoys biking, eating carbs, and curating Spotify playlists copiously. In her abundant free time she writes songs, plays, poetry, fiction and nonfiction. Her poems have been featured in the 2019 and 2020 issues of The Trinity Review. Hannah is a mezzo-soprano, 2019 Rosalind Phillips Vocal Competition Finalist, an active member and Chapter Night & Events Coordinator of Intervarsity Christian Fellowship at Trinity University, a member of TU Chamber Singers, 2019 and 2020 Breakthrough Houston Teaching Fellow, and Founder and Music Director of Soli Deo Gloria a cappella.

Yasmin Subawalla was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania and raised in Houston, Texas, but has spent the last eight years in India and Singapore. Now living in San Antonio, Yasmin is also an assistant editor for The Contemporary Political Science Magazine and a member of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee of Spurs Sorority. She also plays for the Women’s Varsity Soccer team at Trinity University. Yasmin’s work has been featured in The Telescope podcast and she has co-written, edited and published Morbid Curiosities, an anthology of short horror stories. In her free time, Yasmin enjoys reading, running, and learning new recipes.

Associate Editors

Kennice Leisk lives in San Antonio, TX, where she works at Trinity University’s Early Book and Manuscript Lab and the Roman World Lab and serves as the Digital Marketing and Communications Assistant for the TU Humanities Collective. Kennice loves to watch dramas, listen to music, crochet, and learn new languages – right now she is learning Korean!

Natalie Intihar was born in San Jose, California but spent much of her childhood in Lake Oswego, Oregon. She currently lives in San Antonio, Texas, where she works with Trinity University’s Creative Writing Department. She also edits for The Trinity Review, and in the past, was an editor for Reflections Literary Magazine in Lake Oswego. She loves to travel and spent time studying abroad in Nice, France. In her free time, she can be found reading, exercising, or watching football. She is currently working on a collection of short stories and hopes to pursue a career as an author.

Founding Editors

Mallory Conder
Paul Cuclis
Michael Garatoni
Spenser Stevens
Matt Stieb

1966: A Journal of Creative Nonfiction is published with the support of Trinity University of San Antonio, Texas and its English Department.