Author Interview With Jack Henseleit

Meet Jack Henseleit. JACK HENSELEIT was born on a winter evening in 1991, just after the stroke of midnight. When the weather is dark and stormy, he writes fairy tales – real fairy tales, where witches and goblins play tricks on unwary girls and boys. Not all of the tales have happy endings. Jack’s debut … Continue reading Author Interview With Jack Henseleit

Madness Monday: Artwork – “It Takes a Village” 2017

Meet Ariane Guthier. Hello, I'm Ariane Guthier, but my paint name is AG3. I'm a mostly self-taught artist located out of Harrisburg PA. During the summer months, I sell my art at music festivals all over the east coast. I like to collect and play odd musical instruments, my favorites being the singing saw and … Continue reading Madness Monday: Artwork – “It Takes a Village” 2017

Witch-y Wednesday: Poem – “In This One, The Bus Stop Becomes a Coven”

Meet Shani Carrington. Shani Carrington is a 22 year old, black, first generation American, born and raised in Philadelphia. Having recently graduated from Arcadia University with a BA in English literature and a minor in Pan-African studies, she is currently taking a gap year before attending law school next fall. As a poet, she has … Continue reading Witch-y Wednesday: Poem – “In This One, The Bus Stop Becomes a Coven”

Madness Monday: Poem – Untitled

Meet Megan Fehr. Megan Fehr is a graduate of English studies and pursues the art of poetry in her spare time. Writing was not always her marked interest until her love of languages and deliberate practice compelled her to manifest her ideas on printed paper. Megan’s handful of poems construes a serious, oftentimes melancholy, tone; … Continue reading Madness Monday: Poem – Untitled

Friday’s Fright: Guest Post: Stories in the Dark “Casting Pods”

Meet Garbielle Awe. Gabrielle grew up buried in books, her way of escaping a very confusing world. Eventually those books helped the world make sense again. Now she writes as a way to give that gift, the gift of escaping through worlds, to other people. She dreamed of flying the dragons on Pern; saving Merlin … Continue reading Friday’s Fright: Guest Post: Stories in the Dark “Casting Pods”

Witch-y Wednesday: Guest Post: The Lit Coven

Meet The Lit Coven. The Lit Coven is an adults only book club centered around the fantasy genre, that started in 2015. This post was written by Paige (@moonst0rm on Twitter) on behalf of The Lit Coven. Paige is a founding member, witch, and graphic designer (moonstorm.design). Social Links: Twitter @thelitcoven Instagram @thelitcoven Goodreads “Lit … Continue reading Witch-y Wednesday: Guest Post: The Lit Coven

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