Ashley Inguanta

2 poems

The moon painted a picture of me and she called it “hay.” The picture is my hair, sliced off from the ears down, tied with rope and slapped onto a clean, metal table.
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An Interview with Heather Aimee O’Neill

Heather Aimee O'Neill is the Assistant Director of the Sackett Street Writers’ Workshop and teaches creative writing at Hunter College. Her work has been published in several literary journals, including Many Mountains Moving and The Truth About The Fact: An International Journal of Literary Non-Fiction.
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An Interview with Molly Gaudry

Molly Gaudry discusses the birth of The Lit Pub—a publicity company, online bookstore, and an e-space for readers to gather—and explores luck and death in her most recent work, Portrait of a Modern Family.

Ashley Inguanta

Ashley Inguanta is the author of three books: The Way Home (Dancing Girl Press, 2013), For the Woman Alone (Ampersand Books, 2014), and Bomb (Ampersand Books, 2016). She served as the Art Director of SmokeLong Quarterly for five years, and she is currently working on a series of poetry/violin performances with musician Sarah Morrison.