Esmé Warmuth

Esmé Warmuth grew up with an author for a mother and a pen in her hand at all times. Taking up journalism in high school, she wrote for her school’s award winning newspaper, The Red and Black, while also studying creative writing at her high school, and at Columbia University over the summer. She has drafted several novels in the last two years and plans to publish them in the future. When she’s not writing, Esmé can be found practicing her guitar or curled up with her cat, Baby, reading a Stephen King book.

To Kill Time

When I was a young boy, I had a spectacular adventure. I've know better than most how fickle Time can be. I feel him peering over my shoulder as I write. I hope you’ll let me finish before it’s time to go, old friend.