January 2014


  • Artwork by Adrian “Viajero” Roman
  • Editors:
    Tishon Woolcock
    Caits Meissner
    Anna Meister
    Nora Salem
  • Editor’s Note:
    On Installations and Goodbyes

Contributor: Armi Roxas

Armi Roxas has been writing stories since she was 8 years old, maybe 6, but her best piece of work to date is still the yet-to-be-titled novella penned in crayon about a curious bunny and his easter egg, from those heyday ’80s when she was young and full of promise.

She has been interviewed by The New York Times, Wired and The Today Show for generating sound bites on the millennial generation, text messaging and Internet etiquette because her day job requires her to spend a lot of time online (no, not porn, promise).

Ms. Roxas received a piece of paper from Pratt Institute that says she took some classes there, likes to eat ice cream on snowy days and hates to wear socks. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and a fish named Mr. P.