Anastacia Kellogg

Developmental Editor

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Anastacia Kellogg is a UCLA graduate with an English degree, a Literature and Environment minor, and all the fondest memories of OutWrite that a person can hold. When she's not busy hugging a tree or raiding the nearest yard sale, you can find her quietly pursuing her interests in tea, grammar, superheroes, etymology, entomology, or Victorian children's literature. Her life goal is the be the girl that Hayley Kiyoko dances around in a music video.

Over the Rainbow

graphics by Carmen Ngo In the civilized countries there are no witches left, nor wizards, nor sorceresses, nor magicians. In the civilized countries there are no towns delicate as china, nor cities made of jewels. In the civilized countries there…

Want to join OutWrite? Apply now!

OutWrite is currently accepting applications for the 2018-19 school year! We’re looking for passionate UCLgAys who are excited to engage with and create media for the campus community and beyond! If you love queer media and want to see more…

Submit Your Guest Post to OutWrite!

OutWrite Newsmagazine invites college students everywhere to submit articles to be published on our online platform! Our mission statement: OutWrite is a multimedia platform that aims to empower the voices of the queer community by writing about what we think, how…

OutWrite Responds to Los Angeles Women’s March 2018

Photo by Anastacia Kellogg One year ago, the Women’s March in DC and its sister marches across the nation became a symbol of resistance against the Trump presidency. Photos of the crowded Women’s March in DC and the poorly attended…

Cacophony of Voices, Conservative Speakers, and Controversy on Campus

An event hosted by controversial conservative speaker Ben Shapiro caused chaos on campus earlier tonight. Approximately 600 people filled Ackerman Grand Ballroom to attend Shapiro’s talk, “The Rise of Campus Fascism,” in which Shapiro compared tactics and beliefs of “the…

Ship Happens: The Inevitable Outcome of Underrepresentation

Ship, n. Short for romantic relationship. v. To endorse a romantic relationship. Shipping, n. The act of endorsing a romantic relationship, usually fictional, usually in a fan-created work. 2016 was a poor year, like most years, for queer representation in…

Cobwebs and Silks: A Queer Fairy Tale

Once upon a time, there was a woman who wished she could do something wonderful, like spin straw into gold. She visited the neighborhood witch, and offered her firstborn child in exchange for the talent. Grimfeasance agreed. (She was an…

UCLA Queer Culture Night 2017

Queer Alliance’s promises of an evening full of “dazzling talent” did not disappoint at UCLA’s 11th annual Queer Culture Night on Thursday, April 13. As soon as I walked in, I knew this event was different from the handful of…

Perfume (Part I)

Graphic by Shay Suban   This is the way the story ends: Two girls, curled up together on a bed under black covers, eyes closed against the dim light reflecting off painted black walls. Smudges of pink lipstick kisses glow…

What You Don’t Know

Graphic by Shay Suban You’re not the girl of my dreams. You’re the girl of my just-before-falling-asleep, the girl of my trying thoughts on for size, the girl of my fingers resting carefully at the top of my leg and…