Notes on Contributors

Katarzyna Suchodolska

Brittany Bassett is a twenty-year-old student with the goal of becoming a creative writing professor. She has previously been published in The Bayou Review. She enjoys being a new mother and a cup of chai tea in the mornings.
Karla Fuentes is a current student at HCC. She enjoys dragons, music, and zombies. Her hobbies are reading, writing, and drawing. She aspires to become a pathologist as well as a fiction writer.
Autumn Hayes is a freelance writer, creative writing teacher, and poet; her poetry and short fiction have appeared or are forthcoming in Defenestration, Southern Women’s Review, Jersey Devil Press, trapeze magazine, and the micro-fiction anthology 140 and Counting. A Houston native, she tweets @autumnatic_daze.
LaShuandra Jackson, 24, is a graduating senior at Houston Community College. Her interest in the arts ranges from music, poetry, and the study of illustrative art. She began writing poetry in middle school as a hobby. Now her writing has evoled into something she loves as much as music.
Cullen Lackey
Cullen Lackey is a twenty-one year old student currently enrolled at HCC Central. He has a deep love for creative writing, tea, and his home state of Texas.
Joseph Mokouba-Sony was born in the Central African Republic and came to the States for a better education. Although he is currently struggling with his first degree program–respiratory therapy–he dreams of becoming a surgeon one day. Writing for him means assuming the position of a creator, using his magic stick to create his thoughts on a piece of paper. That’s power!
Katarzyna Suchodolska is a kitchen mess-maker from Poland. She truly believes that no matter what the question, the answer is always chocolate.
Catarina Elaine Williams is a current student of the Honors College at HCC-Central. She is a 2010 graduate of The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and is on her way towards becoming an artist. She enjoys being in art shows, writing poetry for fun, cooking if the recipe is easy enough, and making people laugh. She also enjoys talking in the third person, sleeping, and break dancing when no one else is around. Catarina plans on attending the Rhode Island School of Art and Design for her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture.
Archives: Fall 2011.

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