The Bone Marrow Song

No matter how many times I drained one of my father’s bottles, it never seemed to be enough. I tossed the empty bottle between my hands; it was my fifth one that night, my twentieth this week. Sighing, I dropped the bottle to the floor and kicked it under my bed to join the others. The…

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Amy Lipsky

Amy Rose Lipsky is a 20-something-year- old nomad on the consistent pursuit of happiness. She is not very good at writing about herself (which is why fiction is her forte) so she will just leave you with these few facts: she likes reading, writing and tacos; however, the order is debatable. Her passions lie in young adult fiction as well as comedy screenplays. Find out more about her inability to talk about herself at

Tony Steck

Born in Denver and raised in the Rocky Mountains, Tony’s love of fantasy, science fiction, and comic book art eventually led him to the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Illustration in 2001. It was in college where he gained a deeper appreciation of classic masters of illustration. His wide range of influences have combined to create a style that blurs the line between fantasy and reality.

First Featured In: No. 1, spring 2015

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