Four pieces by Terry Wright

“Robot Drone Crashes” by Terry Wright, 2019.
“Robot Drone Reboots” by Terry Wright, 2019.
“Emboldened Horsefly” by Terry Wright, 2019.
“Joan of Arc in the Night King’s Army” by Terry Wright, 2019.

Terry Wright is an artist and writer whose art has been featured widely in print and digital venues, including Angry Old Man, Chaleur, Full Bleed, Glassworks, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Third Wednesday, and USA Today. Terry’s work was also exhibited at the 57th Annual Delta Exhibition.

After The Battle

by Fabrice Poussin

Fabrice Poussin teaches French and English at Shorter University. Author of novels and poetry, his work has appeared in Kestrel, Symposium, The Chimes, and dozens of other magazines. His photography has been published in The Front Porch Review, the San Pedro River Review as well as other publications.

Dulces de Mi Cultura by Ana Maria Gonzalez

Ana Maria Gonzalez was born and raised in Miami, FL. She started drawing at the age of seven and has since developed her love for art into a career. Recently she received her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Painting with a minor in Art History. Her ongoing inspirations for her artworks are her cuban culture, family dynamics, and psychology.

KLIMT KITTY by Christine Stoddard

Christine Stoddard is a Salvadoran-Scottish-American writer and artist who lives in Brooklyn. Her visuals have appeared in the New York Transit Museum, the Ground Zero Hurricane Katrina Museum, the Poe Museum, and beyond. In 2014, Folio Magazine named her one of the top 20 media visionaries in their 20s for founding Quail Bell Magazine. She also is a Puffin Foundation grantee, Tom Tom Festival artist, and Artbridge winner.

BONEYARD by Carmella de los Angeles Guiol

A Miami native and a graduate of Amherst College, Carmella de los Angeles Guiol is currently pursuing a Masters in Fine Arts in Creative Writing at the University of South Florida. Her writing and/or photography has appeared in The Toast, The Normal School, Thought Catalog, The Fourth River, and elsewhere. You can often find her in the garden or kayaking the Hillsborough River, but you can always find her at