The Innocence Is Haunting: Excerpt from Rachel Finch’s A Sparrow Stirs its Wings

We were timid girls, that hadn't known it until we weren't anymore. Taught how to keep our lips closed and our legs open, too small to know why until the first hit, too small to know how to stop the next. We were a little nest of sparrows, huddling to keep warm when the dark… Continue reading The Innocence Is Haunting: Excerpt from Rachel Finch’s A Sparrow Stirs its Wings

Sneak Peak: Candice Louisa Daquin Reviews Sudden Denouement Anthology Volume I

If you imagine a group weaving a disharmonious double-jointed vision together, using their blood as dye, you may come close to revealing the proffered mouths of these voices. In Birds & H e a r t s, ra’ahe khayat writes; “we’re not humans without h e a r t s / but hearts without bodies,… Continue reading Sneak Peak: Candice Louisa Daquin Reviews Sudden Denouement Anthology Volume I