ISSUE 11 CONTRIBUTORS
She/Her / Cincinnati, OH
After getting a degree in Literature, Gender, and Sex, Andrea began working full time in social media marketing, most notably with the Lesbian Bar Project. She writes silly little poems in the notes app of her phone when she's feeling big emotions, sometimes they're good, and sometimes they just scratch and itch in her brain, which is an end in itself. She enjoys sewing, oversharing on Instagram, and paying the extra $0.85 for oatmilk.
She/They / Brookings, SD
Rachel Funk is a multidisciplinary artist with a BFA in Ceramics with focuses in art history and education from South Dakota State University. Her work often centers around the concepts of art as therapy, what it means to have a body, line quality, and never taking anything too seriously. Rachel manages a small ceramic studio, teaches accessible art classes, and lives and works in an agricultural neighborhood in eastern South Dakota with her partner and elderly cat.
SORAYA THE GREAT (STG)
They/Them/Dude / DC Metro Area
STG is a mixed media mover and shaker. A healer, a helper, a holy roller. They can be found expressing the highs and lows of existence somewhere in the ether. Catch them if you can!
They/Them / Milwaukee, WI
Cecilia Palacios is a Guatemalan/Mexican illustrator that enjoys reimagining the world through dreamy colors and adorable characters. They enjoy creating playful illustrations that explore the feelings of love, the power of friendship, and depression.
She/They / Chicago, IL
Sarah is a Black, queer, and polyamorous writer and social media manager from Chicago. Her work focuses on Black sexuality and pleasure, pop culture, and religious trauma. Sarah has also recently released a poetry chapbook, Entirely Too Much, and is working on a lesbian romance novel and essay collection. She spends her free time checking out local bands and art shows and playing The Sims.
They/She / Milwaukee, WI
Raised by wolves in the suburbs of Chicago, Kierstin Wohlgemuth is a Midwest-based artist whose work focuses on human-animal relationships, cyclical decay, and personal rituals. Forever appreciative of the ritualistic processes of nature and nurture, Wohlgemuth uses animal and nature imagery to translate human experience and personal trauma through a multidisciplinary lens. In their free time, Kierstin enjoys looking for roadkill and watching bad horror movies.