Current Issue

Stories & essays will be released on our website weekly starting in July/August.

Letter from the Editors
Aleksandra Hill, Kanika Agrawal, and Rowan Morrison

Special Content

Interview with Cynthia Zhang
Questions by Aleksandra Hill

Excerpt: After the Dragons
Out from Stelliform Press, 8/19

Fiction
Sin Eater
T. M. Hurree
 

Where Secrets Lie
Cindy Phan

 
Joshua Tong
 
J. C. Changmore
 
M. E. Bronstein
 
 
 
Non-Fiction
Art

“The Sunbird”
Iryna Iaroshenko

Cover: Volume 1, Issue 2 by Isabelle Lin

In the Artist’s Words

When creating an image on the theme of ‘Migration’, I wanted to express that many of us travel to new shores on the wings of wishes for a better future, elaborate yet fragile structures of hope. I wanted paper cranes to represent the care we put in building plans to settle in a new land, and how, in the face of many hardships, these plans give us the strength to carry on towards a beautiful tomorrow.

-Isabelle Lin

Isabelle is a student illustrator in Paris, France. Her work features plants, cats, and characters in magical surroundings. In all she draws and paints, she aims to bring a sense of wonder and peace in the viewer. Though she works most often with watercolours, ink, and linocuts, she enjoys experimenting with all kinds of media. You can find her portfolio online at isabellelin.com and on Instagram at @echo.ism and @echo.printmaker.
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