The following is an excerpt from one Snow’s poems featured in Issue III: hestia (hearth & home) which you can download for free here.
“I don’t want everything to be true.
I want you to sleep on my side
of the bed, I want to wake up before you,
I want to get your coffee wrong,
I want to give you your sun hat back.
I want to stay the whole summer in your backyard,
feeding your dog bites
of strawberries soaked in soil.
I want to read you. This moment doesn’t matter.
Let’s forget it. Let’s get all of it back.
It’s sick to think that after August,
the world keeps going on.”
Sebastian Snow is a writer, artist and high school dropout from the San Francisco Bay Area. His work has been featured in Bay Area Generations, Antifragile Zine and he is currently a staff writer for Rice & Spice Mag. They are the author of the chapbook This Might Be A Medical Emergency, and you can find more of his work on Instagram @sebbynguyetart. When they’re not writing or working, Sebastian is listening to loud music, hanging out with his dogs, and sending multi paragraph text messages.