Hey! It’s me. That lady on the other side of your submission. COVID has made the process a purely virtual affair, so whether I’m currently wearing pants is a mystery! Here’s the quick and dirty: Anna is the name my parents gave me, Pazakova is one I
Issue 01 has made its entrance into the world and we couldn't be prouder of the incredible work you provided us with, as well as the kind responses we've received! We are incredibly thankful and want to sincerely thank all of you for trusting us with your poems, stories, and
Sometimes, the hardest part of writing is starting. These BIPOC-inclusive practices and resources offer great prompts, ideas, workshops, contests, and motivation to get you going: 1. Visual Verse posts an image every month as a starting point for writing flash fiction or poetry between 50-500 words: https://visualverse.org/ 2.
I've spent this last week trying to decide what to write for today's blog. I've felt torn between writing about Black Lives Matter, Pride Month, Indigenous History Month or the one year anniversary of my OCD diagnosis. So, instead of picking one, I want to write to you about all