Rachel Miller joined the SLUG copy editing team in June of 2012, and ever since, she has duly annihilated every misplaced comma and unnecessary apostrophe in her path! In addition to her dedication to proper grammar and the magazine’s fluid readability, Rachel has goes beyond mere “punctuation,” as she “punctually” arrives to each and every meeting 10 minutes early—she even powered through a nasty cold on a Sunday to lend her keen editing skills. Rachel graduated with a Bachelor’s in English from Earlham College, which is a small liberal arts school in Indiana, and also enjoys singing, reading comics and rompin’ on post-apocalyptic mutants in Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas. To boot, she’s always rocking stylish, goth-y outfits and jewelry, and adds a witty and sarcastic sense of humor to copy editing meetings amid consistent streamlining of Mike Brown’s grammar. With music faves ranging from VNV Nation, Depeche Mode and Tom Waits, Rachel fits right in on the SLUG team!