J. C. G. is a student stumbling through life. She spends too much time hermit-ing and too little time experiencing the world. Her greatest strength is planning, her biggest flaw— losing track of time. She is a melophile who’s a little too familiar with imposter syndrome and maladaptive daydreaming, so you’ll often find her alone, plugged in, and making expressions at no one. She aspires to become a novelist but is willing to wander.
CU Commons Citation
G., J. C.
"When the last candle flickers out…,"
The Promethean: Vol. 28
, Article 61.
Available at: https://commons.cu-portland.edu/promethean/vol28/iss1/61