New poetry by Laura Vitcova, “Emerging” Continue reading January 2023 MoonBite: Emerging
There’s magic in the stories, poetry, and essay in our winter issue. In this issue, you will find tales of transformation, unique perspectives, and beautiful poetry and prose. Enjoy new work by Sophy Bristow, Sara Chansarkar, Elizabeth Collis, Jane Garland, … Continue reading Our Winter 2023 Issue is Live!
The important work of authentic stories. I wish I were writing an uplifting review of the year. Sure, there were many bright spots, but the truth is, America and the world became more dangerous for many people. The culture of … Continue reading New Abortion Stories
A poem by Michele Evans Continue reading December 2022 MoonBite: charybdia
Are you one of those people that see the shortened days as a reason to reflect on the year and identify ways to want to grow? I don’t mean resolutions which are too easily broken. I mean intentions. I am … Continue reading Reflections and New Directions
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Don’t you hate it when you have a vibrant #WritingCommunity on social media and some bored narcissistic billionaire decides he wants to buy it, then he tweets pictures of Nazi’s, far-right propaganda, reinstates people threatening… Continue reading Billionaires ruin everything.
A poem by Melanie Alberts Continue reading October 2022 MoonBite: Entrance
What if the world valued words more than dollars? Writers don’t just tell stories, they develop empathy, the most precious commodity in humanity. Writers and poets! You are making the world a better place. Keep writing as though humanity depends … Continue reading Changing the World, Word by Word.
There’s a rich darkness to the work in our sixth issue. Night envelops us. We have that chill that has nothing to do with dropping temperatures. But our authors know, that our shadows are to be embraced. Enjoy by Myna … Continue reading Our Fall 2022 Issue has Launched.
We just published Grief Is by Lynda Scott Araya. It is a serene and haunting poem exploring the feelings of grief. It touched me deeply as I am grieving a recent loss of my younger brother. For me, this August … Continue reading Our August MoonBite
Our fifth issue is a celebration of inventive voices. We didn’t completely veer away from the social and political (How could we in times like this?) but we did select work that electrified us with power, sometimes shocked us, and … Continue reading Our Summer 2022 Issue has Launched.
Scotus overturned Roe V Wade yesterday and I tweeted up a storm because on Twitter I found the community I needed. It’s not easy to be told that you have less civil rights than a zygote. You say I am … Continue reading Yes, we have less rights than a fetus.
A poetic memoir by Joanell Serra. Continue reading June 2022 MoonBite: Making Amends
“while in the jar
a storm is gently breaking”
Poetry by Sujatha Menon Continue reading May 2022 MoonBite: Sharding
Poet, Stacey Manos, joined us for a live twitter interview on April 23, 2022. It was an engaging conversation that gave me some insights into Stacey’s poetry and process. Below us a transcript of our conversation! Enjoy! Continue reading Author Interview with Stacey Manos
In our fourth issue, we feature new work by Heather Bartos, Kate Bird, Lisa Delan, Rowan Gladish, Stacey Manos, and Jess Munday. Read the issue here. Continue reading Issue Four Has Launched.
A wonderful retelling of Cinderella with a twist by Josephine Sarvaas. Continue reading January 2022 MoonBite: Fractured
We are passionate about increasing the visibility of writers. When your work is selected for publication, we take great care in preparing for our social media campaign. Our art team carefully reads through the work to find or create images … Continue reading New Services to Amplify Your Reach
In our third issue, we feature the works of Pamela Denyes, Clem Flowers, Melissa Mulvihill, Laurel Osterkamp, Shyla Shehan, and Cassie Smith-Christmas. Read the issue here. Continue reading Issue three has launched.
Our journal is a labor of love. We love finding gorgeous stories, essays and poetry and pairing them with stunning photographs. We love partnering with our writers to increase their visibility on social media. If you share our passion, and … Continue reading Consider supporting our journal.
New Poetry by Claudia Wair Continue reading The Tiger in my Walk-In Closet
New fiction by Sara Chansarkar Continue reading Another One of Those Days