Writers rarely get the opportunity to ‘toot their own horn’ so to speak. I always like to start off these interviews with a little intro and feel free to really go for it! Tell our readers a little bit about yourself, what you do and...
old days have folded — I’m
calling to nothing.
they were rushed, now the drumroll
everything i once loved stands in a row of statues
— in that slumber i sense their
holding, but upon a
leaning their support’s as strong as dust.
fear and courage ellip...
Chello Sherman is an emerging artist and writer with an MFA in Studio Art from Moore College of Art and Design. Her work has recently appeared in GNU,Fish Food, The Warren, Sliver of Stone and most recently in Artists in Recovery.
Mathilda, the woman in the cherry blossom pink dress fidgeted uncomfortably as the new passenger sat down next to her. It was a boy with indecently long hair and baggy black clothes. Mathilda didn’t want to look twice but she was almost sure he had black nail polish an...
We are all familiar with the whip-wielding, snake-hating hero Indiana Jones, who first graced our screens in 1981 with The Raiders of the Lost Ark, a film that launched a franchise and gave us that thrill for adventure fiction! Along wit...
"It sounds too simple. Cliché. But I believe there’s an upper limit to sadness. I don’t think that exists for happiness. Loving someone with all your heart sounds worth it. It’s the best risk you could possibly make."