Contributors / June 2012 (Issue 17)

Julia Cariño
ImageJulia Cariño is based in Norfolk, Virginia. Although she is a graphic artist by trade, she has been reading and writing poetry since she was a young girl. She finds that her writing tends to deal with liminal spaces – the "in-between" state where the body both negotiates and negates clear definition. These are the things that she holds dear: poetry, music, dark chocolate, wine, magnolia trees, paper-winged moths, crescendos, decrescendos, pictures, memories, synonyms, bridges, pieces of twine, dark wood, shelves, doodles on napkins, bicycles, carnivals, freshly-cut grass, pomegranates, symmetry, sunlight catching on unexpectedly reflective surfaces. Visit her website for more information. [Read]

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