Memoir Mixtapes Vol.4, Track 29

Ant the Five Foot Sage by Jon Johnson

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About the author:
For the most part, Jon Johnson has no clue what is going on. Time not spent scratching his head is typically spent writing, eating, and trying to figure himself out. He enjoys creation and expression in all forms, and finds it best through whichever medium pops out at the moment. His work has been published in Memoir Mixtapes and the book Reflections and Illuminations by Braburn Publishing. Check out Jon’s other adventures, or visit him in Mallorca.

Memoir Mixtapes Vol.4, Track 28

The Constellations Within by Jennifer Rodriguez

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About the author:
Jennifer Rodriguez is a Latina writer and admirer of all art forms. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Communications with a minor in Spanish from California State University of Fullerton. She works as a public relations professional in Southern California while constantly fueling her love for creative projects, and seeking the answers of the universe through art forms. She finds solace in channeling her thoughts through the written word, because it helps quiet her mind in life’s chaos. Instagram: @Jennifeerrod

Memoir Mixtapes Vol.4, Track 27

It Started with Fire, and to Fire I Return by Benjamin Rozzi

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About the author:
Benjamin Rozzi earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Washington & Jefferson College, where he was mentored by Dr. George David Clark, Editor of 32 Poems. His poetry appears in or is forthcoming from One Sentence PoemsMoonchild MagazineRiggwelter Press, and formercactus, among other venues. Benjamin is currently the Managing Editor of 1932 Quarterly, and can be found on Twitter (@_benjaminrozzi).

Memoir Mixtapes Vol.4, Track 26

The Lioness Wakes by Juliette van der Molen

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About the author:
Juliette van der Molen is a writer living in the Greater NYC area. She writes completely unladylike erotica and other sundry things. Her work has appeared in Lit Up, P.S. I Love You, My
Erotica.com, and The Junction. You can find more of her work at
Medium.com and connect with her on Twitter @j_vandermolen.

Memoir Mixtapes Vol.4, Track 25

Can’t Start a Fire Without a Spark by Betsy Housten

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About the author:
Betsy Housten is a Jersey-born, Brooklyn-bred queer
femme writer and massage therapist. Her work has been published in
Little Red Tarot, Glassworks, NILVX, Ellipsis, We’ll Never Have Paris,
and Hoax Zine. She is a 2018 Pushcart Prize nominee in poetry, and was
a finalist for the 2017 Samuel Mockbee Nonfiction Award. She lives in
New Orleans, where she is currently pursuing her MFA in poetry.

Memoir Mixtapes Vol.4, Track 24

Wonderful, Somehow by KPT

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About the author:
KPT is the author of two books. She is the EIC of Rag Queen Periodical, a staff writer for Luna Luna Magazine, and a performer in the Poetry Brothel. Her work has been featured in Electric Literature, Phoebe Journal, American Chordata, Sugar House Review, and more.

Memoir Mixtapes Vol.4, Track 23

On “Satellite Anthem Icarus” by Boards of Canada by Jamie O’Connell

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About the author:
Jamie O’Connell lives in the Bay Area, where she received her MFA in Writing from California College of the Arts. Recent poems have appeared or will soon appear in FIVE:2:ONEEunoia Review, CalifragileOCCULUMbad ponyCacti Fur, and elsewhere. She spends most of her time with her majestic zebra-striped dog/direwolf, Daisy. Visit her site here: www.jamieoco.com.

Memoir Mixtapes Vol.4, Track 22

Do You Like Me I Guess by Sarah Skiles

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About the author:
Sarah Skiles is a writer and storyteller living in Los Angeles. Her day jobs in the entertainment industry have included: food styling for blender infomercials, tumbleweed wrangling, red carpet interviews, and producing episodes of reality television. She once scored a student film with Fugazi’s The Argument.

Memoir Mixtapes Vol.4, Track 21

We Were Teenagers, Akin to Being on Fire by Joey Gould

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About the author:
Joey Gould is a poet, tutor, & produce clerk from Hopedale, MA. He coedits two journals: Drunk Monkeys & Golden Walkman. The rest of his poetry life centers around Salem, where he leads workshops, attends a writer’s group, & coordinates set-up for the Massachusetts Poetry Festival. Please search “Joey Gould poetry” on google or follow on Twitter @toshines or IG @joey.toshines.