Here Be Witches

LAETITIA BURNS has been writing poetry since age ten. She lives in Los Angeles and is the assistant of a famous Hollywood comedy writer. Read more →

Wendell in a Potato

J. ALAN NELSON is a writer, poet and actor. He has stories, screenplays and poetry published or forthcoming in several journals. He also played the lead in “Gay Cake,” the verbose “Silent Al” in the Emmy-winning SXSWestworld and the creepy Rev. Bob Jones in the feature “Sister Aimee.” His IMDB link: http://m.imdb.com/name/nm6394406/ Read more →

The Atlantic

TIM FAGAN spends his days writing poetry and fiction in a converted piano factory near Boston, Massachusetts. His poetry has appeared in Chariton Review, The Avalon Literary Review, Wild Violet, The Mystic Blue Review, and elsewhere. His first novel, Killing Shore, was published in 2018. Read more →

Ode to the Valley

JENSEN MCRAE is in her final year at the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music, majoring in popular music performance with an emphasis in songwriting. Jensen was born and raised in Los Angeles, graduating from Harvard-Westlake in 2015, where she won the John K. Sandifer Award for creative writing and competed on the school’s slam poetry team in her junior and senior years. Jensen’s poetry has been published in *Hooligan, Into the Void,* *Occulum*, and *Alchemy, *and is forthcoming from *Foglifter. *In March 2018, Jensen came in second place at the USC Undergraduate Writer’s Conference for her collection of poems, *Requiem for Bundy*. In March 2019, she came in second place at the USC Undergraduate Writer’s Conference for her collection of poems, *Manic Pixie American Dream.* She has written four novel manuscripts, four feature screenplays, several short screenplays, and hundreds of songs and poems. Read more →