The Photograph

Frozen, we do not knowwhat came before or after—in this photo we had no sheets—you can see— at the edge of the bed—the white cat—the coffee waiting to spill—in another we look happy, the wind gives us a look like we’re aboutto fly when reallywe sank—but in photographsyou can’t tell— press pause—go back, go back,...
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Jill Talbot

Jill Talbot was born in Vancouver, BC. She attended Simon Fraser University for psychology. Since then Jill has pursued her passion for writing, winning third place for the Aspiring Canadian Poets contest, runner-up for the Little Bird Anthology short story contest, and first place for the Passion Poetry contest. She lives on Gabriola Island, British Columbia.

Dara Cochran

Dara Cochran is a multi-disciplined creative personality with backgrounds in both Illustration and Business Administration. A freelance illustrator and fine artist, Cochran loves the challenge of tackling new subject matter, working in a variety of traditional and digital media. Her skills as an artist are as diverse as her interests, and she enjoys every opportunity to combine media, creating an aesthetic unique to each piece. Dara currently lives and works in Colorado, splitting her time between the studio and the beautiful outdoors.


First Featured In: No. 1, spring 2015

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