Author Spotlight: Inanna Tribukait

Inanna Tribukait was born in the Black Forest in Germany. Her poetry is primarily concerned with themes of ecology, ecological crisis and our connection to the natural world. Her piece ‘Somnambulism’ can be found in EPOCH Issue 02: Aftermath, available to purchase here. What books did you grow up reading? …

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Author Spotlight: Lorraine Thomson

Lorraine Thomson was born in Glasgow, grew up in Cumbernauld, and now lives in Ullapool. She is the author of seven published novels. Her piece, “skinscape”, can be found in EPOCH Issue 02: Aftermath, available to purchase here. What books did you grow up reading?  The first book I remember…

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Author Spotlight: Linda Presto

Linda Presto holds an MFA in writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She is a freelance writer, business owner, and adjunct English professor in northern New Jersey. Her piece, ‘The Lingering of May 21st’, can be found in EPOCH Issue 02: Aftermath, available to purchase here. What books did…

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Artist Spotlight: Sapira Cheuk

Sapira Cheuk is an ink painter and installation artist interested in proprioception, ways of knowing through the body, and how these modes of knowledge reflect or internalize external experiences. Her piece, “Pas De Deux, in the Time of Quarantine”, can be found on the cover of EPOCH Issue 02: Aftermath,…

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Author Spotlight: Sam Hall

Sam Hall writes plays and short stories. Stories and CNF widely published including in The Blue Nib, The Medusa Project, Dark London vol 1, Emerging Worlds, Litro. Her piece “Matryoshka’ can be found in EPOCH Issue 02: Aftermath, available to purchase here. What books did you grow up reading? I…

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Author Spotlight: Donovan Burton

Donovan Burton is a perpetually tired computer science student and writer from South Carolina. He likes classic literature, pro wrestling, and proving people wrong. His piece, “Stages”, can be found in EPOCH Issue 02: Aftermath, available to purchase here. What books did you grow up reading? Growing up I read…

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