Emily Anderson will be finishing up her last year at the University of Tampa come this fall. In 2003-2004 she spent six months abroad studying at Oxford University. During this time she completed a novella, and read the works of Plath and Hughes, Oscar Wilde, and Shakespeare (from a feminist's perspective) extensively. She also conducted interviews with musicians and bands such as Patrick Wolf, Okkervil River, and Dolorean for a tutorial evaluating contemporary folk music as poetry. She was selected as a finalist in the Thespian Playworks program for her play Isabella her senior year of high school. Isabella was workshopped at the 2001 International Thespian Festival in Lincoln, Nebraska. She continues to ponder whether she should make the leap to grad school after getting her undergrad degree, or take a job writing articles for a small independent music magazine, or perhaps press releases for a small independent music label, jobs that would pay primarily in free CDs.