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Issue 11 Contributors

Issue 11 Contributors

Precious Arinze is an undergrad student, freelance writer, studying law at the University of Benin, Nigeria. When she’s not writing, she’s elbow deep in the pages of books or making some of the world’s finest spaghetti. She has her hands in bits of everything. Her…

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Issue 10 Contributors

Issue 10 Contributors

Abbas Abidi received his MFA from the University of Alabama. His work has been featured in brightestyoungthings.com, The Bellevue Literary Review, and Hobo Pancakes. Vincent A. Cellucci is a scofflaw shit shooter. He wrote An Easy Place / To Die (CityLit Press, 2011) and edited Fuck Poems an exceptional anthology (Lavender…

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“all the ups and downs / of humans as humans” – An Interview with Kimberly Ann Southwick

“all the ups and downs / of humans as humans” – An Interview with Kimberly Ann Southwick

Kimberly Ann Southwick is a feather not a flower. She is the founder and editor in chief of the literary arts journal Gigantic Sequins. Her poetry has been published in a variety of online and print journals. She has two recent chapbooks, every song By Patsy Cline (dancing girl press,…

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Interview with Elissa Washuta

Interview with Elissa Washuta

Elissa Washuta is a member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe and the author of two memoirs. Washuta is a writer who challenges readers both on and beyond the page. Her first memoir, My Body is a Book of Rules (2014), explores the reconciliation of individual…

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Letting Go of Outcome

Letting Go of Outcome

In this mojo blog exclusive, Kayla Haas sits down with Ashley Schriefer, featured artist of mojo 7, to talk about her process and her interests in Biology. Ashley Schriefer is a graduate of Flagler College, and she currently attends Long Island University-Post’s MFA program. She works…

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