Excerpt from "Desert Fox by the Sea" by Christine Sloan Stoddard

Excerpt from "Desert Fox by the Sea" by Christine Sloan Stoddard

I tell myself all of this as I arrange and paste until I run out of strands. Then I twist, twirl, and tug yet again with the repetition of wiping a soiled child clean. I patch and paste over and over as my woman takes shape. My woman needs no other subject, no accessories, no objects in the foreground. My woman will hang in a gallery. May the whole city see the desperation in her red eyes.

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Interview with Abigail Pearson (Founder of Cauldron Anthology & Author of Maybe (Not) Her)

Interview with Abigail Pearson (Founder of Cauldron Anthology & Author of Maybe (Not) Her)

Maybe (Not) Her is a collection of 126 poems written over the last four years of my life. It began when I came out as bisexual and wanted to write love poems for my various crushes. From there it matured into a collection of poems by and for anyone who falls under the queer non-monogamous label. There are so many poetry collections written by straight males and I wanted something that was written for someone like me. I intend to self-publish this book on October 30th.

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Conversation between Chloe N. Clark about Her Chapbook “The Science of Unvanishing Objects”

Conversation between Chloe N. Clark about Her Chapbook “The Science of Unvanishing Objects”

I think we all keep these personal catalogues of our own unvanishing objects. One thing I always love about getting to really know someone else is discovering their unvanishing objects and the way that they talk about them.

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Guest Post: Remaining Objects by Chloe N. Clark

Guest Post: Remaining Objects by Chloe N. Clark

Why are writers obsessed with certain themes and images? As someone who both reads and writes a lot, this is a question that often keeps coming back to my mind. When reading other people’s work, I like to try to spot recurring motifs and ideas. It’s like a puzzle where the reader never gets all of the pieces to fill in the picture, but can still see the border, the lines that shape and create a worldview. However, looking at one’s own work and seeing those same patterns of obsession can be a startling thing.

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Interview with Trista Edwards (Marvel + Moon Founder, Cancerian, Natural Witch & Poet)

Interview with Trista Edwards (Marvel + Moon Founder, Cancerian, Natural Witch & Poet)

Marvel + Moon actually started as a blog. A sort of loose travel blog/online diary to wax nostalgic and a place to showcase my travel photos. The name, Marvel + Moon, was inspired by my constant seeking of magic and wanderlust in travels, life, art, and creativity.

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