Still Life: A Ghost Story

After dinner, Mom washes dishes. For the last time in a long time, she hums like she enjoys this. Through the open windows balmy air sifts in, bright with spring smells. Dad carries my baby brother up the stairs, changes his diaper, puts him in spaceship pajamas, and places him in the crib. He arranges…

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Rebecca Nison

Rebecca Nison is the author of If We’d Never Seen the Sea (Deadly Chaps Press, 2015), a collection of graphic poetry. Her work has appeared in Pank, Weave, Gargoyle, Copper Nickel, The Bushwick Review, and others. She teaches at Parsons The New School for Design and serves on the directorial board of Whoopi & Maya. Rebecca lives in Brooklyn and received her MFA from The New School. These days she’s at work on her first novel, The Unwilding, a fabulist family drama about evolution, siblinghood, captivity, the wild, and cults, among other things.

Enrica ​Angiolini

Enrica ‘Eren’ Angiolini was born in Rome in 1988. Raised in a family rich with creativity, she developed a deep love for art—illustration and photography, in particular. She studied foreign languages in high school and college, gaining a Bachelor’s degree in Japanese Language and Culture. Throughout her entire life, she never put aside her passion for drawing. She worked as an illustrator and cover artist until she started a career as a comic colorist in 2015. She is now working on her first full series for Titan Comics.

First Featured In: No. 9, winter 2017

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