(Artwork by Kiwana Smembya.) His name is Christopher J. Ananias. He lives in Kokomo, Indiana. The story is called, The Cat’s Kingdom (733). The work is original and unpublished -according to him. A dubious cat thinks he’s the boss, and maybe he is?
Robin Gow is the author of the chapbook HONEYSUCKLE by Finishing Line Press. Their poetry has recently been published in POETRY, New Delta Review, and Roanoke Review. They are a graduate student and professor at Adelphi University pursing an MFA in Creative Writing. They are also the Editor at Large for Village of Crickets and [...]
Sammie Lee Wilhoit moved across the country from California to go to college in Vermont. Sammie writes poetry to pinpoint feelings that she does not have words for and writes out memories and fantasies that keep her up at night. Her work was previously featured in IP (Volume 5 Issue 2). Older You walk across [...]
Candice Ralph is a young writer, teaching artist, and nanny. She’s influenced by her discussions with children and ecological experiences. Although American born, she intimately identifies with her Bermudian and West Indian origins. Candice holds an English BA from The University of Chicago and is pursuing a Creative Writing MFA. Black Urban Myth Our sisters’ [...]