Brittani Mroz '11
Brittani Mroz '11 grew up in Elma, NY, and attended Iroquois Central High School in Lancaster. She graduated from Canisius with a double major in English and creative writing; her all-college honors thesis was a collection of short stories, “Fleeting Faces.” She served as editor-in-chief of Quadrangle 2011. She finds inspiration in her favorite activities—road trips and music festivals—and in her favorite books—Tom Wolfe’s Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test and Louise Erdrich’s Love Medicine. Since graduation, she’s been working at a large pharmacy, gathering material for a really good drugstore story. She plans eventually to move to the West Coast and pursue an MFA in creative writing.