Gracelyn Mitchell
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Writer since Aug, 2020 · 4 published articles

Gracelyn Mitchell is a Junior at The University of Alabama, majoring in English with a double-minor in Psychology and Communicative Disorders. She is a 2019 and 2021 National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Alumna, 2021 American Voices Aaward Nominee, and 2019 Letters About Literature State Semi-Finalist. In 2022, she started a podcast with her best friend from college, Caffeine and Cadavers, where they discuss true crime cases with a coffee/mental health break at the end. In the Summer of 2023, Gracelyn became a Creative Media & Marketing Intern for Kentuck Festival of the Arts, one of the oldest art centers in Alabama and the host of an over-fifty-decades-old annual art festival. She is also an active member of The University of Alabama chapter of the National Student Speech-Language-Hearing Association (NSSLHA). As an experienced writer and content creator, Gracelyn also runs her own writing blog where she encourages new and established writers and provides them with resources. As a queer woman that grew up in the south, she advocates for social justice and human rights. After finishing undergrad, she intends to pursue her masters in Speech-Language Pathology. Her ultimate goal is to continue creating content with a purpose and help others pursue a more benevolent society.