issue 31 |APRIL| 

King Anne is a Haitian singer-songwriter that fuses indie pop and folk genres. Her musical influence is attributed to growing up with eclectic sounds from classical music and jazz, to oldies and hip hop. She writes lyrics to represent the underrepresented, to express feelings she might not otherwise say and to make sense of scenarios around her. Music has always been her escape and thus she works to create songs that listeners can get lost in themselves. More than anything, she wants people to feel less alone with her music.  IG: @thekinganne  Spotify: King Anne  Soundcloud: thekinganne

King Anne is a Haitian singer-songwriter that fuses indie pop and folk genres. Her musical influence is attributed to growing up with eclectic sounds from classical music and jazz, to oldies and hip hop. She writes lyrics to represent the underrepresented, to express feelings she might not otherwise say and to make sense of scenarios around her. Music has always been her escape and thus she works to create songs that listeners can get lost in themselves. More than anything, she wants people to feel less alone with her music.

IG: @thekinganne

Spotify: King Anne

Soundcloud: thekinganne

Sonny Pimentel  is a filmmaker and artist currently living in Atlanta, GA. Her work has been part of international exhibitions and publications in Latin America, Asia and Europe. In 2015, Sonny directed her first documentary feature  Genderalia , a film about gender roles. Sonny’s work is influenced by composition motifs drawn from her Hispanic culture, as well as by ambiguous aesthetics and imagery that she often finds in the works of her favorite writers, painters, photographers and cinematographers.  IG: @sonnyalejandra

Sonny Pimentel is a filmmaker and artist currently living in Atlanta, GA. Her work has been part of international exhibitions and publications in Latin America, Asia and Europe. In 2015, Sonny directed her first documentary feature Genderalia, a film about gender roles. Sonny’s work is influenced by composition motifs drawn from her Hispanic culture, as well as by ambiguous aesthetics and imagery that she often finds in the works of her favorite writers, painters, photographers and cinematographers.

IG: @sonnyalejandra

Born and raised in Botswana, Africa  Emily Smith  has grown up amongst a rich and vivacious culture. Finding within it a deep love for bold prints, colors and fashion. she has found that in everything she does, her cultured past shines through, bringing a touch of Africa to all of her designs. Her aim is to produce elegant, edgy and eclectically inspired designs that not only stand out in a crowd, but compliment the wearer, and accentuate their beauty and personality. she believes in self love and promoting love, acceptance, and celebrating you for being exactly who you are.  IG :  @mowabyemilysmith  FB :  @mowabyemilysmith  Twitter :  @mowabyemilysmith  YouTube :  Mowa by Emily Smith

Born and raised in Botswana, Africa Emily Smith has grown up amongst a rich and vivacious culture. Finding within it a deep love for bold prints, colors and fashion. she has found that in everything she does, her cultured past shines through, bringing a touch of Africa to all of her designs. Her aim is to produce elegant, edgy and eclectically inspired designs that not only stand out in a crowd, but compliment the wearer, and accentuate their beauty and personality. she believes in self love and promoting love, acceptance, and celebrating you for being exactly who you are.

IG: @mowabyemilysmith

FB: @mowabyemilysmith

Twitter: @mowabyemilysmith

YouTube: Mowa by Emily Smith

 
Amanda Ake  writes essays, fiction, and (most of all) she writes things she's terrified to speak out loud. She holds a B.A. in English from Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia. She was accepted as an Associate Member of New College, Oxford University, where she studied contemporary short fiction. Her nonfiction writing focuses on her experience with fundamentalist religion and a homeschooled community that shielded her from the realities of the world. She’s fascinated by identity and how it forms and fluctuates. She eats a lot of macaroni and cheese when she's sad.   IG: @myglasstreehouse

Amanda Ake writes essays, fiction, and (most of all) she writes things she's terrified to speak out loud. She holds a B.A. in English from Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia. She was accepted as an Associate Member of New College, Oxford University, where she studied contemporary short fiction. Her nonfiction writing focuses on her experience with fundamentalist religion and a homeschooled community that shielded her from the realities of the world. She’s fascinated by identity and how it forms and fluctuates. She eats a lot of macaroni and cheese when she's sad.

IG: @myglasstreehouse