Pamela Hobart Carter earned two degrees in geology (Bryn Mawr College and Indiana University) before becoming a science teacher. After more than thirty years in the classroom, she decided to see what writing full-time was like. Her work has been published by The Ekphrastic Review, The Seattle Star, and Fly on the Wall Press, among others, and has been nominated for The Pushcart Prize. Carter also writes plays, fiction, and non-fiction from her Seattle home.
Shawna Ervin is an MFA candidate at Rainier Writers Workshop through Pacific Lutheran University in Washington state. She is studying nonfiction and poetry and is a recipient of the Carol Houck and Linda Bierds scholarship. Shawna is a Pushcart nominee and attended the Mineral School residency thanks to a fellowship from the Sustainable Arts Foundation. Recent publications include poetry in Tampa Review, Euphony Journal, Evening Street Review, Hiram Poetry Review, The Phoenix, and Raw Art Review; and prose in COG, Apalachee Review, Front Porch, The Delmarva Review, Summerset Review, Superstition Review, and Willow Review. Her chapbook Mother Lines was published in January 2020 by Finishing Line Press. She lives in Denver with her family.
No one just takes up space. The human condition is an entire canvas of thoughts, emotions and reactions to circumstances. These images try to capture the truth about diverse people and how they live and reflect their respective spaces. The subjects never know they’ve been photographed. The photographer doesn’t set-up or pose any shot and never shoots with anything but available light.
Featuring: Issue 96, published October 2020, features works of poetry, flash fiction, short nonfiction, and photography by Tobi Alfier, Jan Ball, Jessica Barksdale, Julie Benesh, Christopher Paul Brown, Tetman Callis, Pamela Hobart Carter , Patrice Boyer Claeys, Robert Daseler, Adeet Deshmukh, Kathryn DeZur, Connor Doyle, Shawna Ervin, Robert René Galván, Gail Ghai, Luminous Humidity, Soyoung Koo, Janine Kovac, James Latimer, Charlotte Lee, Harry Longstreet, Alice Lowe, Geoff Martin, Erika Nichols-Frazer, Tali Perch, Hiram Perez, Sue Powers, Diana Raab, Caroline Rowe, Michael Salcman, Mervyn R Seivwright, Kayann Short, Dianne Silvestri, Brigitte Stepanov, Ann Christine Tabaka, Sally Zakariya.
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