Every field is an archive of plagues. Clouds choked and breeding. The fickle promises of winged bodies, and then: what happens when they come to collect. Dust in the vulgate. A throat sore at the buckle, mouth flooded with ill winds, salt water. Her antennas cocked toward the sun. A serene annihilation. Like John the baptist in the desert, she’d eat him with wild honey if she could.
is an anthropologist, writer, and teacher from Dallas, Texas. Her flash fiction
“Star Swallowed” (nominated by The Ekphrastic Review) will be
featured in the Best Microfiction 2022 anthology. She currently lives in