Memoir Mixtapes Vol.8, B-Sides

In the Cold Months by Alex DiFrancesco

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Alex DiFrancesco is a writer of fiction, creative nonfiction, and journalism who has published work in Tin House Online, The Washington Post, Pacific Standard, Entropy, The Millions,and more. They are a winner of Sundress Academy for the Arts’ OutSpoken Competition for LGBTQ+ work, and a Summer 2018 Firefly Farms Writing Residency participant. Their storytelling has appeared in The Fringe Festival, Life of the Law, and The Heart podcast. Their essay collection Psychopomps (Civil Coping Mechanisms Press) and their second novel All City (Seven Stories Press) are forthcoming in 2019.

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Memoir Mixtapes Vol.8, B-Sides

Forevermore by Rachael Gay

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Rachael Gay is a poet and artist living in Fargo, North Dakota. Her work has appeared in Anti-Heroin Chic, Quail Bell, Rag Queens, Déraciné Magazine, Gramma Poetry, FreezeRay Poetry, Rising Phoenix Review and others.

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Memoir Mixtapes Vol.8, B-Sides

maybe thirteen winters ago by K Weber

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K Weber is an Ohio poet with 4 self-published books of poetry. She graduated with a Creative Writing degree from Miami University in 1999. Find “cling as ink,” “i should have changed that stupid lock,” “bluest grey,” and “midwestern skirt” online for free! These works (2003-2018) are available in PDF and audiobook formats at http://kweberandherwords.wordpress.com along with her writing credits and more!

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Memoir Mixtapes Vol.8, B-Sides

Surviving winter sky with a-ha by Nadia Gerassimenko

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Nadia Gerassimenko is the founding editor of Moonchild Magazine and proofreader at Red Raven Book Design. She is a freelancer in editorial services by trade, a poet and writer by choice, a moonchild and nightdreamer by spirit. She tweets @tepidautumn.

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Memoir Mixtapes Vol.8, B-Sides

Tabula Rasa by Michael Akuchie

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Michael Akuchie is an emerging poet from Nigeria. He studies English and Literature at the University of Benin, Nigeria. His recent work appears on Nitrogen House Zine, Barren Magazine, Anti-Heroin Chic, Ghost City Review, TERSE, Mojave Heart, Kissing Dynamite, Burning House, Neologism Poetry Journal and elsewhere. He is on Twitter as @Michael_Akuchie. He is a Contributing Editor for Barren Magazine.

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Memoir Mixtapes Vol.8, B-Sides

Stereophonic Aggression by Aubri K. Adkins

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Aubri K. Adkins is a writer based in Detroit, MI. She is the founder and curator of the East Side Reading Series, a literary series featuring writers of all genres. She has had memoir published in Gravel Magazine and Stirring: A Literary Collection, as well as fiction published in the Tusculum Review.

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Memoir Mixtapes Vol.8, Track 20

The Flux of Wintry Stillness by Jeffrey Yamaguchi

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Jeffrey Yamaguchi creates projects with words, photos, and video as art explorations, as well as through his work in the publishing industry. His writing has been published by formercactus, Vamp Cat Magazine, Nightingale & Sparrow, Three Drops from a Cauldron, Spork Press, Quick Fiction, Pindeldyboz, Eyeshot, Word Riot and more. His first book was 52 Projects, and he recently released the short film Body of Water. @jeffyamaguchi (https://twitter.com/jeffyamaguchi) | jeffreyyamaguchi.com

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Memoir Mixtapes Vol.8, Track 19

for winter by Angela Caravan

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Angela Caravan lives in Vancouver, BC. She is the author of the micro-chapbook Landing (post ghost press) and was 2nd runner-up for Pulp Literature’s 2018 Magpie Poetry Award. Her work has also appeared in Cascadia Rising Review, Sad Mag, and Longleaf Review. You can find her on Twitter at @a_caravan.

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Memoir Mixtapes Vol.8, Track 18

The Last Ice Age by Samuel J Fox

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Samuel J Fox is a non-binary, bisexual poet and essayist living in North Carolina. They/He is poetry editor for Bending Genres, a cnf reader for Homology Lit, and frequent columnist/reviewer for Five 2 One Magazine. They/He appears in numerous journals, online and print, and haunts dilapidated places, coffee shops, and graveyards depending. Find Them/Him on Twitter (@samueljfox).

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Memoir Mixtapes Vol.8, Track 17

A confused timeline for Scott Hutchison, prophet by Luke Larkin

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Luke Larkin lives, studies, and listens to sad music in Missoula, Montana. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Firewords Quarterly, Popshot, on MTPR, and others. In his free time, he helps out with the magazines Visual Verse and unstamatic.

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