Green and Blue

“Green. Your shoulder, Green.” “You worry too much, Blue.” “Don’t call me that.” “Sure, Blue. Whatever you say.” “You should get it looked at.” “Alright, calm down, I’ll get it looked at.” “Now?” “Nah. I got a date.” Blue scowled. Blue’s given name was Chris, but no one called him that. It was all Green’s...
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Claire Wallace

Claire Wallace works in the editorial department of a publishing house, where she reads books about writing and contemplates grammar. She is in the midst of writing a fantasy novel about a land where only metal grows. She lives in New York City, but likes to visit places with hills. In the future, she hopes to be a shepherdess, if only for a day.

Carly Lyn Heath

Carly Lyn Heath holds an MFA from Chapman University. She is the founding owner of Charming Films, LLC—a film production, illustration, and design company—and writer/ director of the award-winning feature length film A Foundling starring Cindy Chiu and Tim Chiou. She currently works as an art professor and illustrator and has recently completed a novel.


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