Hints of Spring

Crabs will survive us and global warming. Flowers won’t.


Hints of Spring

Hints of Spring

Icarus Blake: Editor in Chief
Max Power: Editor at Large
Lora Wiley: Managing Editor
Teo J. Babini: Senior Editor
Greta Pininfarina: Fashion Director
Miko Sala: Art Director
Tiffany Credle: Senior Publishing Editor
Luigi Scarcella: Graphic Illustrator
Nancy Cooper: Finance Supervisor
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Contributors to this issue:

James Bezerra/Gravity Duck
James Bezerra is a grad student in creative writing at CSU Northridge. His work has been published in Prick of the Spindle, Blood Lotus, The Blueprint Review, The Northridge Review, Cease Cows, The Bicycle Review, Black Heart Magazine, and The American Drivel Review. He is a recipient of The Northridge Review Fiction Award, The Oliver W. Evans Writing Prize, and the San Diego Playwrights’ Project Award. He blogs at

Nina Surel: When Selfies become Art.
Nina Surel was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and lives and works in Miami since 2001. She studied at the Architecture & Urban Planning University of Buenos Aires and The Art Institute of El Teatro Colón, also in B.A, Argentina. Her work has been exhibited widely in institutions, galleries and art fairs both in the United States and South America, including the Naples Museum of Art, The Art & Culture Center of Hollywood, as well as Art Fairs in Buenos Aires, Chicago, New York, Miami, and London. She has been reviewed in national and international publications, and is an Artist-in-Residence at ArtCenter South Florida.

Siamak Vossoughi/Italy
Siamak Vossoughi was born in Tehran and grew up in London, Orange County, and Seattle. He lives in San Francisco, where he works as a tutor and writes. His stories have appeared in Faultline, Fourteen Hills, Prick of the Spindle, River and Sound Review, Washington Square, Black Heart Magazine, and the Brooklyn Voice. He is also the recipient of the 2013 Very Short Fiction Prize from Glimmer Train.

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