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Issue 2 Visual Art

[HANNAH GREENBERG]

Mystic Circle

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KJ Hannah Greenberg tilts at social ills and encourages personal evolutions via poetry, prose, and visual art. Her images have appeared in various places, including in: Bewildering Stories, Les Femmes Folles, Mused, Tuck, vox poetica, and Yellow Mama. She uses her trusty point-and-shoot camera to capture the order of G-d’s universe, and Paint 3D to capture the chaos of her universe. Sometimes, it remains insufficient for her to sate herself by applying verbal whimsy to pastures where gelatinous wildebeests roam or fey hedgehogs play.

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Issue 2 Visual Art

[SERENA PICCOLI]

English Garages

Manchester

the dust is yet to come

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Italian poet\playwright\photographer\charlatan\cyclist\performer\feminist\lesbian\swimmer human rights activist\traveller\chocolate lover\

Her political chapbook “silviotrump” was published by Moria Poetry, Chicago, USA. Her poems and photos are featured in anthologies and magazines in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, Ireland, Nigeria, India, Croatia, Italy and Romania. She writes both in English and Italian about social contemporary issues with a touch of irony.


Twitter: @piccoli_serena
https://serenapiccoli.wixsite.com/serenapiccoli

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Issue 2 Nonfiction

[CAMILLE LEWIS]

SourCandy

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Camille Elizabeth Lewis is an avid reader and fledgling writer who lives and learns with borderline personality disorder. Her recent publications include poetry in Anti-Heroin Chic, Brave Voices Mag, and Sledgehammer Lit. She can be found indulging heavily in the Plath fantasia and crossing off days on a calendar until the next instalment of the ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ series is released. Camille resides in South West England.

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Fiction Issue 2

[LARRY SHI]

Sandstorms, Dust Storms / Ghost of Lin Zhi Cun

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Larry Shi is an avid sixteen year old writer from Fremont, California. When he is not taking spontaneous naps throughout the day, he is constantly thinking of ideas and daydreaming away. He credits his participation in the prestigious California State Summer School for the Arts (CSSSA) as his spark for his writing portfolios. His work has been recognized as a National Gold Medal Winner in the Scholastic Art and Writing National Contest, while his work has also
been published in numerous literary journals and magazines, including the Stanford Anthology for Youth. In his free time, Larry loves to play tennis with his friends and play percussion and the piano.

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Fiction Issue 2

[JESSICA WANG]

PRAYER

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Jessica Wang is a sixteen-year old girl from New York. She is the founder of the literary magazine Ice Lolly Review. Her work has been recognized eleven times by Scholastic Art and Writing Awards and she is a Scholastic national medalist. She has also won some local writing
contests. Jessica has some work in Skipping Stones, The Telling Room, and The Weight Journal. Her advice is to calm down and to have a Snickers because you’re not you when you’re hungry.

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Fiction Issue 2

[CHRISTOPHER CASCIO]

Shane

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Chris Cascio’s fiction, nonfiction, and artwork has appeared in Sand: Berlin’s English Literary Journal, Longridge Review, Peregrine Journal, The Southampton Review, The Northern Virginia Review, Gulf Stream Magazine, Mikrokosmos, Litro USA, and elsewhere. His story, “Outbound,” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in 2017.

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Fiction Issue 2

[KASIMMA]

DEAR PASTOR

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Kasimma is from Igboland. Her works are published on The Puritan, Kikwetu Journal, Kweli Journal, The Book Smuggler’s Den, Jellyfish Review, Afreecan Read, Orbis Journal, Cacti fur, The Bombay Review, and elsewhere. Kasimma is the author of All Shades of Iberibe to be released fall 2021 by Sandorf Passage Publishers. She has been awarded residencies at Wole Soyinka Foundation, Faberllull, Sinthian Cultural
Center, Ebedi hills, and Study Abroad in Lebanon. She is an alumna of Purple Hibiscus Creative Writing Workshop, IWP lines and spaces tour Workshop, and SSDA Flow workshop. She was awarded the Best Young Writer of 2005 by the Association of Nigeria Authors. She holds a BSc degree in Statistics/Economics from University of Nigeria, Nsukka. She was born in Jos, hails from Achina, lives in Abuja, Nigeria.

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Fiction Issue 2

[GT REEDER]

Fly Away, High Away

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GT is a student at Reed college. They are also a cohost on the Cool Zone Pod podcast. GT has work forthcoming in Blood Knife Magazine.

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Issue 2 Poetry

[ALISSA OLIVERSON]

This is a Happy Poem

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Alissa Oliverson is a left-handed Aquarius who believes in magic and laughs at her own jokes. Her poetry has been published in various publications including, The Jefferson Journal, Oracle 20/20, and The Nude Bruce Review. Alissa earned her bachelor’s degree in English from Northern Arizona University and has worked as a freelance writer ever since. Her self-published books, “Hooray! HighKu! Celebrating Cannabis Through Haiku,” and “Still We Speak: Poems from the Pandemic Pause” and others to come are available at Blurb.com. You can follow Alissa’s poetic endeavors, including her 30/30 challenge (PoemADay) for National Poetry Month on Twitter: @AliLO_TheWeez

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Issue 2 Poetry

[KATE MIANO]

watching the sun set from bed

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Kate Miano (She/Her) is a waitress/editor/writer/occasional nanny. She has an English degree from Suffolk University, and has been previously published at magazines such as Venture, Overheard Lit, and Dynamis Journal. She lives in New York City and enjoys yoga, rooftops, and art museums. Kate can be found on Instagram and Twitter: @_katemiano.