Issue #7 ~ Spring 2022
Cover Art: Braided Platte by Kim Sosin
Kim McNealy Sosin is Emerita Professor of Economics at the University of Nebraska Omaha and in retirement enjoys creating and publishing photography, poetry and flash fiction. One morning she was on a rural bridge in Nebraska over a braid of the Platte River, when this sky materialized. The photograph has been given an impressionistic treatment.
Covid Floral and Hope | Cynthia Yatchman
Cynthia Yatchman is a Seattle based artist and art instructor. She shows extensively in the PaciNic Northwest. Past shows have included Seattle University, the Tacoma and Seattle Convention Centers and the PaciNic Science Center. Her art is housed in numerous public and private collections.
Deep Sea Divers | Mirjana Miric
Mirjana M. is a self taught digital artist from Belgrade, Serbia. Her work focuses on exploring the synergy of different media, including portraiture, double exposure, texture photography and digital collage. Her work most often encompasses motives of duality in humans and nature, and her work has appeared in various magazines online as well as a part of “Daylighted” art exhibition. You can find more of her work at ello.com/oloriel
Despite Blue Skies | Cristina Querrer
Cristina Querrer was born and raised in the Philippines, post-Vietnam War, during the Marcos regime, pre-Mount Pinatubo eruption, as a US Air Force military child. Querrer has two published books of poetry, “By Astrolabes & Constellations” by Agave Press that won a silver medal from Florida Authors and Publishers Association President’s Award, and chapbook, “The Art of Exporting”, by Dancing Girl Press, and other various publications online and in print. She is a U.S. Army veteran, has an MFA in Creative Writing and an MLIS. She is a writer, visual artist, singer/songwriter, producer, and podcaster. You can learn more about her and her work at http://cristinaquerrer.com.
Lucid Dreams | Gian Carla Agbisit
Gian Carla Agbisit is currently a student of Comparative Aesthetics at the Université de Picardie Jules Verne, France. She is also a Philosophy instructor at the University of Santo Tomas, Philippines. Some of her poetry and short stories can be found in Aji Magazine, Elevation Review, Five on the Fifth, Foliate Oak Literary Magazine, among others. She is also the Managing Editor of Kritike: an Online Journal of Philosophy.
Midnight Reminiscence | Britnie Walston
Britnie graduated from Goucher College as a fine and performing arts scholar and studied at the Maryland Institute College of Art. While in college, she also studied art and Greek mythology abroad in Greece with the University of Maryland College Park. Britnie’s interviews are featured in LandEscape Contemporary Art Review and Art Reveal Magazine. Her art is also published in Carolina Quarterly, Chestnut Review, Cutbank, and more. She is also forthcoming in Denver Quarterly.