In this photo, we see a few of my favorite things: First and foremost, the chance to welcome debut Howlers of all ages and genres to the mic. Faiza, we are so glad you joined us! Next, the collaborative nature of what we do. See our logo? Our excellent backdrop curtains were created by one of our poets-in-residence, Corina Pelloni. The mic we're standing at was provided for our use by graphic artist Dj Voelker. See my aqua-colored wristband? Earn one of those if your story is selected for our next anthology based in False Key, Florida. Submissions open January 5th. Details announced at the next Howl. See you on December 18.
Serena Schreiber started life in Brooklyn, New York, but has lived in Miami, London and Germany. She writes middle grade fiction, short stories about the mythical island of FALSE KEY, FLORIDA, and all-too-real climate change affecting Florida.
Kathy Thomas writes words and music, swims, hikes, reads, rides, jams bluegrass, and believes in the individual voice. She lives and works in Stuart, Florida.