Issue III: Till I’m Dead / Devereaux Frazier

The following is an excerpt from one of Frazier's poems featured in Issue III: hestia (hearth & home) which you can download for free here. "the state of my identity is shattered twirling clouds of smoke on the battlefield endless slaughter capped with drunken nights to forget the faces slain before me family? ironically my … Continue reading Issue III: Till I’m Dead / Devereaux Frazier

Issue III: Recipe for Keeping Good House / Sunra Rainz

The following is an excerpt from one of Sunra Rainz' prose pieces in Issue III: hestia (hearth & home) which is available to download here. "Invite all the vampires to party on your lawn way past moon-time into the tiny hours. Ignore their whooping and continue reading. Spirit-thirsty and soul-hungry they may be but they … Continue reading Issue III: Recipe for Keeping Good House / Sunra Rainz

Issue III: South Slope / T. S. Priest

T. S. Priest is an American-born writer and visual artist living in Canada with her family. She studied Romance Languages, Linguistics, and Creative Writing at New York University. Her poems explore the dark recesses of imagination and darker recesses of reality, often through imagined conversations and unorthodox forms. Instagram: @agirlcalledthomas Issue III will be released … Continue reading Issue III: South Slope / T. S. Priest

Issue III: The Original Feminist / Ellie Morfou

A cruel father's daughter, you gained the right to supervise every sacrifice; the leading woman in the household of the Gods, but not a housewife. A mighty brother's sister, you claimed the right to preside over your life; your royal suitors were denied your hand, your heart, your soul. Instead, you gave your sacred self … Continue reading Issue III: The Original Feminist / Ellie Morfou