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Private Investigator Cora Malone

Case File: Smoke and Steel
Part II: The Coming Rain

By Matthew Storino

‘Another day, another day without a case,’ detective Cora Malone thought with a sigh as she reached for the percolator atop her tiny stove, grabbing it and pouring its boiling black contents out into her mug. 2,999 more words

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Supporting Transition: Be Who you are on the Inside and Out

By Ari Kleinman

Imagine growing up feeling like your outsides don’t match your insides, that your body isn’t yours. Imagine that in order to support yourself and live your life, you have to pretend to be someone else. 1,307 more words

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Private Investigator Cora Malone

Case File: Smoke and Steel
Part I: A Feminine Touch

By Matthew Storino

She woke with a start, finding herself encased in a darkness so thick and complete it might have been carved from pure ebony. 759 more words

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An Interview with Stacie Randolph of Alkemie Apparel

By Laura Kemmerer

As someone who owns far too many black T-shirts—most of which are band tees—there is something incredibly compelling about a design that reminds me of my favorite Poe story, or of my favorite tree in an old forest.  360 more words

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The C: Resiliency

By Saresa Cooper

“I’m tired of this mundane routine. Nothing ever changes. I’m ready for movement. I’m ready for change.”

I can remember speaking to my mother as I complained about the state of my life and how I desperately needed something to change. 654 more words

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Permanence

By Lianna Tedesco

Permanence is an interesting topic. It doesn’t just apply to tattoos, but a myriad of things that as women— and as human beings in general— may not even think about because we carry around things with us every day that are not temporary. 872 more words

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An Interview with Abigail Larson

By Laura Kemmerer

Reminiscent of illustration that could be found accompanying any of Poe’s works, artist Abigail Larson’s work is of a hauntingly beautiful quality.  I met Larson at Voltaire’s Wicked NecroComicCon and was instantly struck by the command of color and unusual subject matter of her work, which includes— but is not limited to— all things spooky and of the night.  610 more words

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