Meet the Fall 2020 Miscellany Staff

Miscellany Editor

Miscellany is excited to welcome the staff for the Fall 2020 semester!


Noelle Walker

Hope Walker goes by her middle name Noelle, and she holds the title of Editor-in-Chief for Miscellany Magazine of the Arts. She is a double major in writing & linguistics and English with a minor in multimedia journalism from Gainesville, Georgia.
Noelle has been a proud member for student media since Fall 2017 and has held an array of positions, including former Editor-in-Chief of The George-Anne Reflector Magazine.
She loves to read, and when other people’s words aren’t filling her head, she writes her own. When Noelle isn’t reading or writing, you can find her on the football field performing with the Southern Pride Color Guard or binge-watching Netflix. She’s an aspiring novelist, and she’s earned the title of ‘World Class Procrastinator.’

Follow her escapades on Twitter @hopenoellew.

Assistant Art & Photography Editor

Lindsey Sells

Lindsey Sells is pursuing a Bachelors of Fine Arts in 2D Studio Art. This course of study sparked a passion for printmaking, painting and photography which are her primary media. Her work includes themes of reality, consciousness of the human mind, and self-awareness. She explores these themes in a contemporary context by using color theory to replicate emotions. She primarily works in photography, painting, and fibers and textiles.

Assistant Poetry Editor

Marcelene Delcampo

Marcelene ‘Marci’ Delcampo is a Cuban-American senior Writing and Linguistics and Spanish double major from Effingham County, Georgia. She is an Honors Program student, and for her thesis she is writing a chapbook that details racial, ethnic, and gender-based discrimination.
Aside from being Georgia Southern’s Miscellany Assistant Poetry editor, Marci is also a Peer Academic Advisor in the Office of Advising on the Statesboro campus and a Peer Leader Supervisor for First-Year Experience, where she assists two professors with their Honors First-Year Experience courses. She is also a Southern Leader working to complete a Legacy Project and a member of the Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society.

Marci is also the winner of the highly competitive Brittany “Ally” Harbuck Memorial Creative Writing Scholarship; she was one of four finalists, and her poetry manuscript was chosen as the winner via a blind reading by Jonathan Haupt, the executive director of the Pat Conroy Literary Center in Beaufort, South Carolina.

Once she graduates, Marci hopes to publish her chapbook and find a job in the technical writing field; in the future, she hopes to move to Spain and be a Spanish-to-English translator. When she is not writing, volunteering or helping others, she is painting, reading new poetry, studying-up on her Spanish, or cuddling with one of her five (yes, five) dogs.

Assistant Prose Editors

Bodie Fox


Bodie Fox is a senior Writing and Linguistics from Rome, GA. After he graduates this semester, he hopes to attend grad school for an MFA in fiction. Some of his favorite authors include: Joan Didion, Kurt Vonnegut, Junot Díaz, and his peers. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in STORGY and Rejection Lit.


Brenna Salverson

Brenna is a Writing and Linguistics major with minors in Psychology and Graphic Design. She loves writing, may be addicted to reading, and constantly is visualizing art projects. In between those activities, she likes to hike, boulder, kayak, and generally go outside. She lives in Illinois when she isn’t in school and wishes to bring a little Midwestern flair to southern life.


Engagement Editor

Lindsay Perkins
Lindsay is a Junior English Major, who is also minoring in Theatre. She is currently enjoying her time in college and is not too sure what she wants to do with her degree yet. Lindsay enjoys doing family history research as her family’s “historian” in her free time. She is also quite fond of music, particularly One Direction and Rock N’ Roll.