the tribe



ariel robinson, writer- Ariel Robinson is a professional daydreamer with a fondness for cat videos and books about dodgy characters who sometimes find love. She can be reached at robinson.arielj@gmail.com







s.w. may, writer-Scott May recieved his MA after studying literature, composition, and rhetoric at Eastern Illinois University. At present, he is probably unemployed and living in his sister’s basement in St. Louis. However, if you ask him, he will most likely say that he resides in Tangier, Abu Dhabi, or Edinburgh. Other than small fiction, he likes bumble bees, fire ants, and just about anything small with a sting. He can be reached at swpmay@gmail.com







melissa ann, writer-All you need to know about me is I’m extremely elusive, and I’m not saying that I don’t have superpowers, but I would never admit it if I did.

“You do not choose your destiny, it chooses you. And those that knew you before Fate took you by the hand cannot understand the depth of the changes inside. They cannot fathom how much you stand to lose in failure...that you are the instrument of flawless Design. And all of life may hang in the balance. The hero learns quickly who can comprehend and who merely stands in your way.” – Mohinder, Heroes: Nothing To Hide (1.07).

She can be reached at malobianco6295@gmail.com







michael lobianco, writer- You can usually find me in a dimly lit room or a forest preserve creating a shrine around my 40oz and my pack of pall malls waiting for friends to arrive, always dreaming sometimes recording them. Mahalo. He can be reached by hedgehog mating sounds.






rashelle spear, writer-Rashelle lives in Texas and is currently surviving a PhD program in the English Department at Texas A&M. She is particularly interested in medieval literature and the making of manuscripts in the Middle Ages. Most importantly, Rashelle has an evil pet hamster and two galloping guinea pigs (no, really--when they popcorn, they appear to gallop around their cage). She is married to and in awe of her husband, Spencer, because he’s awesome and teaches math (the m-word!) to a large number of middle school kids. she can be reached at Rlspear7@tamu.edu






alexis kish, health writer- Alexis spends her time cooking vegan and playing with Kado, the little hedgehog that could. She can be reached by the same hedgehog mating sounds.








jennifer black, writer- Jennifer is the curator/woman behind the curtains at The Paper Cafe, which is a place for local artists to get together and create events that are unique and inspiring. She can be reached at thepapercafe@gmail.com











marci gallagher, writerI’m a dabbler. I write stories, make art, create music, mentor, and commit science. Mostly I learn. Meeting new people is one of my favorite things to do because you never know what lessons they can teach you. Everyone has a story that is worth hearing. There is no better way than to learn through the pieces of life that others share with us. Lately I have become more interested in the unwritten stories of women. I spend my time trying to be a decent person and empower others to reach for the stars.
She can be reached at j.gallagher.m@gmail.com









ginamarie, editor-in-chief- ginamarie lobianco makes stories and little ditties in the little dipper. She can be reached at littledipperink@gmail.com












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