Graveyard Goats

Ashen face in a doorframe and a memory of flame (something unresolved)— Would you know me? Would I know you in your new form? Is this an invention, a number I didn’t call? My cowardice as doppelgänger given form A violent rainstorm leaves the earth upturned —I wanted them back but not like this. It’s always...
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Cora Walker

Cora Walker is a Seattle local writer and editor with a small but eclectic publication record in everything from pop culture editorials, to experimental prose, to queer romance. With poetry inspired by trauma, identity, mental illness, and the natural world, she hopes to be a little bit more human every time she sits down to write something. Favorite poets include Kate Greenstreet and Jeannine Hall Gailey. Currently, Cora is in the final year of her Master’s of Fine Arts in Creative Writing & Poetics at the University of Washington Bothell.

Tyler Champion

Tyler Champion is an illustrator and designer working in Nashville, TN. He graduated from the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic art in 2010. He has worked on an array of projects including gig posters, concept art for video games, comics, shirt designs, and advertisements.


First Featured In: No. 7, spring 2017

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