Orli Adamski

    Orli Adamski
    Orli Adamski

    2022–23 jGirls+ Magazine Editorial Board

    Hi! I’m Orli Adamski, a member of the class of 2025 at The Nightingale-Bamford School in New York, New York. As a small child, I couldn’t eat my dinner without a story. I have never been able to choose a favorite subject in school, as these stories my parents read to me cultivated a love of the world, a love of learning and listening. I have been lucky enough to apply this love to everything I do. At age 7, I was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D). Now, I volunteer at and work with JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Center) in hopes of improving the lives of those living with T1D and eventually finding a cure.

    My limited free time is dedicated to singing in my school chorus, participating in school theater productions, playing with a camera every now and then, reading, and writing. I have slowly managed to gain confidence in writing poetry, and I am ready to start sharing my work with the world I’ve grown to care so much about. In the 2021-22 school year, two of my poems were published in my school literary magazine, Philomel, which I hope to become more involved with over the next few years. I encourage all others to do the same and to share their work and voice. I am so thrilled to be a part of the jGirls+ community!

    Articles by Orli

    Journaling by Maddie Renert for The Trees Are Bleeding Honey by Orli Adamski

    The Trees Are Bleeding Honey

    What sweet, sweet things we have in this world.
    Eve Is Cold by Orli Adamski

    Eve Is Cold.

    “the problems, she told me, began in October. we both knew it wasn’t true”