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Nadia Gerassimenko
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Moonchild Magazine Issue 2 has landed. Quite a (star)lit edition!
Issue 2
Issue 2
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Jack B. Bedell's poetry sings and heals.
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Welcome to Issue 4: Silent Hilling. For best user experience, please view on your PC. May you be terrified, cleansed and hilled.
Issue 4: Silent Hilling
Issue 4: Silent Hilling
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I got to interview the lovely, brilliant Abi Pearson! We got talking about her upcoming poetry collection "Maybe (Not) Her" and her YA horror retelling of Mary Poppins entitled "Miss Poppins" (!!!) as well as her online publication Cauldron Anthology and their latest submission call "Time's Up". There's still time to submit to it until November 9th. Please support Abi, she writes awesome things and has been very supportive of other writers and artists in our community!
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I'm thrilled I got to talk to Chloe Clark about her chilling chapbook "The Science of Unvanishing Objects", what unvanishing means to her, dreams and nightmares, writing processes and writer's block, Kate Bush got a nod (I should mention her in every interview, tbh). Enjoy and consider getting yourself a copy of her amazing book!
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Make me scared, make me weep.
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#MayDayMagic is upon us. Find out what it is, what it means, and how you can participate in it, witch or not.
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On today's guest post: "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."
- Chloe N. Clark
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The Brown Orient's mission is to publish and amplify marginalized voices of women, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and non binary folks, especially Brown Asians who are sorely underrepresented, misrepresented, and silenced in the literary and arts communities, in the media, and the global narrative altogether. They're here for taking the voices of Brown Asia back. They're here for disrupting the marginalization. They're here for giving space to "bold artistic expression." And I'm so glad I got to speak to Elizabeth about The Brown Orient, its partnerships, and her personal work.
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Loved interviewing +Trista Edwards about her magickal candle shop Marvel + Moon!
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