A testament to individuality.
Bullet Editorial Panel:
The Untitled Society:
is a creative nonfiction publication based at The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. Founded and run by students of the College, Bullet
brings honesty to the forefront by publishing all pieces anonymously. In doing so, Bullet
allows students to speak their minds without being fettered by identity. Rather, identities are constructed by the readers' connections with the journal's content. Bullet Quarterly
is a student resource for personal artwork on a safe but candid platform.
Founding members of Bullet meet in November 2010.
Clockwise, from bottom left: Toby Harbison, Nick Reck, Christina Trimarco, Rebecca Moses, John Barclay, Faiz Syed Hussain, and David Jordan.
Founded on November 12, 2010 by Christina Trimarco ('13), Nick Reck ('13), Faiz Syed Hussain ('11), and Rebecca Moses ('13), Bullet
aims to walk the line between high art and the intimacy of a diary. Bullet
accepts submissions of nonfiction poetry and prose, six-word memoirs, black-and-white or sepia tone photography, and black-and-white sketches. Submissions are read anonymously before the Bullet Quarterly
Editorial panel and accepted or rejected by vote.
As a sister organization, the Untitled Society has been partnered with Bullet from the beginning. The Untitled Society, founded by Rebecca Moses and based on the Headless Society at New York University, is an improvisational writing club that meets weekly to encourage creativity and combat writer's block.
Bullet Quarterly Staff
Poetry Standards Chair
Public Relations Chair
Prose Standards Chair
Photography Standards Chair
Untitled Society President
Bullet Quarterly Alumni
Director of Operations Emeritus
Faiz Syed Hussain '11
Nickolas Reck '13
Emma Aylor '13
Art Director Emeritus
Christina Trimarco '12
Photography Standards Chair / Layout Editor Emeritus
Toby Harbison '11