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About Us

Who We Are


A literary magazine for young writers with a focus on those in Asian countries, The Foredge Review aims to support teen interest in writing and reading by providing a platform for receiving recognition. We welcome submission from any teen but place focus on those residing in Asia (please see "Submit" for detailed guidelines). Entries will be considered by a team of adults, with online issues published biannually. 

Statement on Diversity

All too often, we are unable to find ourselves in the midst of the world’s chaos and even less able to find adequate representation in our media diets. For this reason, The Foredge Review believes that every piece written by another perspective adds to the complexity and beauty of this mess of life. In fact, the name "Foredge" itself comes from the edge of a book opposite the spine, made of a collection of loose pages that, when viewed together, become whole.



An avid writer of prose and flash fiction, her work has been recognised on the national level by the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. She has also been published by the Adelaide Literary Magazine and the Littlestar Magazine. She currently attends Northwestern University, studying English and Computer Engineering.


Along with Claire Lu and a few others, she spearheaded the creation of a middle school magazine called Ink. Though she dabbles in narrative fiction, Gabrielle focuses on her poetry. Her writing has been recognised by the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards on a national level. She also presided over her high school's poetry club. 

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