Issue 4 – Fall 2018


James Moran is a practicing astrologer from the Washington, D.C. area who uses the tool of astrology to help entrepreneurs take the right actions at the right time in order to grow their businesses. James is also a sculptor and a writer who occasionally has his work published in wonderful journals such as Angles. His second most recent publication was in the fall 2018 issue of Anomaly Literary Journal.

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Makayla Gay hails from Southeastern Kentucky and attended Converse College in South Carolina. Her work has been featured in Concept, STILL, as well as in a forthcoming issue of CHOMP. She is the two-times recipient of theLykes Award for Poetry.

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Dallas Klein is a Chicana poet living in Central Texas. She is currently a poetry student in Texas State University’s MFA program for creative writing. Klein is the Art Editor of Porter House Review, an up and coming literary journal affiliated with Texas State’s MFA program. She enjoys poetry that celebrates embodiment.

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Ariel Horton is a second-year student at Whittier College studying creative writing and performance. Ariel has won a handful of awards for her poems, which have been published in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards 2017 National Catalog, Clark: Poetry From Clark County, Nevada, and The Greenleaf Review. Beyond the pen, Ariel is a passionate actor, a doting dog-mom, and a lover of all things Art.

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Katie Andrews spends most of her time writing and binge-watching Netflix shows. She lives in Georgia with her family. When she’s not working or writing, Katie enjoys painting, making stickers and bookmarks. She loves traveling and has been to Nicaragua, seen the rains in Spain, traversed Tuscany, and taught English for a bit in Burkina Faso, Africa. Katie wants to publish the novel she has been working on. She worked as a student copyeditor on a book called Green Card Youth Voices: Atlanta.

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Anika Jensen earned her BA in English from Gettysburg College. She has been published in Tuck Magazine and has an upcoming publication in Metafore. She tweets about politics and the First World War @anikajensen18.

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