Phoebe, Vassar Review, and many other journals. Her website is carolynguinzio.tumblr.com. L.I. HENLEY was born and raised in the Mojave Desert town of Joshua Tree, California. Her second full-length collection, Starshine Road, won the 2017 Perugia Press Prize. She is the recipient of The Academy of American Poets University Award, The Duckabush Prize in Poetry chosen by Lia Purpura, and two prizes through The Poet’s Billow. You can find some of her poems at Glass, Rhino, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Rust + Moth, River Styx, DIAGRAM, Waxwing, and Entropy. Her newest poetry collection, Whole Night Through, will be available in October of 2019 from What Books Press of Santa Monica. She edits the online literary and art journal, Aperçus. AUBREY HIRSCH is the author of Why We Never Talk About Sugar, a short story collection. Her stories, essays, and comics have appeared in The New York Times, The Nib, Black Warrior Review, American Short Fiction, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. You can learn more about her at aubreyhirsch.com or follow her on Twitter: @aubreyhirsch. ANA JOVANOVSKA was born in 1991 in Macedonia. She received her master’s degree in Printmaking from the Faculty of Fine Arts— University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje in 2016. Upon receiving a scholarship, she spent a semester attending École supérieure d’arts & médias de Caen/Cherbourg in France. She has had ten solo shows and over 90 group exhibitions around the world. She currently works as an artist and a graphic designer. KAMAL E. KIMBALL is an Ohio poet whose work has been published in Hobart, Rattle, Forklift Ohio, Sundog Lit, Bone Parade, and elsewhere. A reader for Muzzle Magazine and Associate Poetry Editor for The Journal, she is currently an MFA candidate at The Ohio State University. More at kamalkimball.com. JESSICA KINNISON’s stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Juked, Fiction Southeast, Entropy, and Southern Humanities Review, among others. She was a Kenyon Review Peter Taylor Fellow in 118 | PHOEBE 48.1
Fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and art selected for phoebe's Winter 2019 issue.