issue three

issue three of little somethings press: a collection of small writings continues the tradition of publishing creatives from around the world in a handmade book made from upcycled materials. Since July of 2019, we have published over 100 artists and writers!

This issue is a 4″x9″ book featuring a beaded clasp, upcycled cardboard, and Trader Joe’s bags. It was printed in color at home on 100% recycled paper, and created between the grading of papers, submitting of assignments, and life in quarantine.

Thank you to all who submitted, contributed, and supported this issue of little somethings press.

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Carolyn Adams lives and writes in Beaverton, OR.  A Pushcart and Best of the Net nominee, she is a member of the editorial staff for Mojave River Review and VoiceCatcher.

Lauryn Austin is an artist/illustrator and aspiring secondary education art teacher. She studies at the Mary Lou Fulton Teacher’s College at ASU and works with a variety of media.

Liza Michelle Bevams is a storyteller exploring life in the Rocky Mountains. She is currently working on her first novel. You can find her work at

Oregon poet Dale Champlin has published in Willawaw Journal, Cathexis, The Opiate, and elsewhere. In 2019 she published The Barbie Diaries. Two collections are forthcoming, Isadora and Callie.

Raluca Comanelea is a woman writer born in Romania, who resides in Las Vegas. She paints our world with short fiction and creative nonfiction. You can connect with Raluca at

Author of The Machinery of Grace (2020) and Lovely Daughter of the Shattering (2019), Patrice Boyer Claeys is currently developing a manuscript on the secret life of fruit.

Writing since age nine and self-published since thirteen, Zaji Cox’s work can be found in Entropy Magazine, Cultural Weekly, CARE Covid Art REsource, and others. She holds a degree in English.

Sam Floyd is a resident of Louisville, Kentucky’s Crescent Hill Neighborhood.  He is presently enrolled in the MFA program in creative writing at Eastern Kentucky University’s Bluegrass Writers Studio. 

Dylan Freni lives and works in New Hampshire. His poetry has appeared in several publications, including the Clare Literary Journal, Poetry Pacific, Cadaverine Magazine, tiny poetry: macropoetics, and more.

Jennifer Gauthier is a professor of media and culture at Randolph College in Virginia. When not teaching or writing she keeps busy hiking and biking with her son, her husband and their COVID puppy.

As both photographer and poet, Gail Goepfert’s work is all about image. She lives and writes and teaches in the Chicago suburbs.

Chitra Gopalakrishnan uses her ardor for writing, wing to wing, to break firewalls between nonfiction and fiction, narratology and psychoanalysis, marginalia and manuscript and tree-ism and capitalism.

Robin Gow is a trans and queer poet and young adult author. They enjoy tiny purple flowers.

Michael Hettich has published a number of books of poetry, most recently TO START AN ORCHARD (2019). He often collaborates with visual artists, other writers, and musicians. His website is

Jennifer Ruth Jackson runs a blog for disabled and/or neurodivergent creatives called The Handy, Uncapped Pen from an apartment she shares with her husband. Follow her on Twitter @jenruthjackson.

Angelica Ketcham: architecture student, writer, painter, Chicagoan, and pineapple pizza enthusiast. Edits and contributes to various campus publications; can often be found sketching in a corner

Sherri Levine is an artist and poet living in Portland, Oregon.  She is the author of In These Voices. She is the recent recipient of the Lois Cranston Poetry Prize by CALYX magazine.

Oscar Mancinas is a Rarámuri-Chicanx writer and teacher. He was born and raised in Mesa’s Washington-Escobedo neighborhood. His published works include Jaula and To Live and Die in El Valle.

Cierra Martin is a Brooklyn based poet with a penchant for writing in the back of Uber’s.

Ted Millar’s work has been published in over 25 journals. He was among 65 poets to be featured in the 2018 Arts Mid-Hudson exhibit Artists Respond to Poetry.

Jesse Millner‘s new poetry book, Memory’s Blue Sedan, was released in April 2020 by Hysterical Books in Tallahassee, Florida. He lives in Estero, Florida, with his dog Lucy.

Soonest Nathaniel is a Journalist, Poet, and Spokenword artist. He is the author of “Teaching My Father How To Impregnate Women,” selected as the winner of the 2017 RL Poetry Award.

Yongsoo Park is the author of the novels BOY GENIUS and LAS CUCARACHAS, the memoir RATED R BOY, and the essay collection THE ART OF EATING BITTER.

Devin Kate Pope is a writer of fiction, poetry, essays, zines, and long to-do lists based in Tempe, AZ. Her work can be found in Write On, Downtown, The Revolution Relaunch, and AZ Central’s Poetry Spot. Find her online at

Naomi Reyes is an advocate for people, plants, hedgehogs, and things with wheels. I currently reside in Phoenix, AZ while pursuing an MS in Health Care Systems.

Andrew Roberts works as a cardiac nurse in Oregon. His books are something has to happen next (University of Iowa Press) and good beast (Burnside Review Books).

Rikki Santer’s poetry has received five Pushcart nominations. Her eighth collection, Drop Jaw, inspired by the art of ventriloquism, was published this spring.  In her heart, she has run away with the circus.

Sheree Shatsky writes wild words. Her short fiction appeared most recently at Tiny Molecules, BLACKCACKLE at Entropy and The Wild Hunt. Read more of her work at

Louis Staeble, fine arts photographer and poet, lives in Bowling Green, Ohio. The Black Swamp Arts Festival 2016, 2017 and 2018 as part of the Wood County Invitational. Instagram@louiestaeble

Edward Michael Supranowicz has had poetry and artwork published in the US and other countries. Both sides of his family worked in the coalmines and steel mills of Appalachia.

Ani Tascian has an M.F.A. from Saint Mary’s College of California. She currently teaches writing to students of all ages in the Bay Area. and loves large, strange plants.

Dr. Andrea Tovar is a previous clinical assistant professor at ASU. Andrea has served in teaching and supervision preK-12 for over 25 years. She is the author of a multicultural Southwestern children’s fairy tale and is currently the Arizona Capitol Museum’s Guild Historian.

Rachel Wagner is a writer from New Jersey, currently living in Newark. She has three books out and also runs an online bookstore, Ten Dollar Books. More of her work can be found at

Vivian Wagner lives and writes in New Concord, Ohio. She’s the author of a memoir, Fiddle: One Woman, Four Strings, and 8,000 Miles of Music (Citadel-Kensington); a full-length poetry collection, Raising (Clare Songbirds Publishing House); and four poetry chapbooks.

Devin Welch writes from the Denver Front Range. He has been featured in Storgy Magazine, Windscape Science Fiction Journal, and is developing a graphic novel with Golden Bell Studios.

Stefanie Lea Winton currently resides in South Seattle supporting her poetry as a Waitress and Barista, scribbling on notepads beneath trees between shifts. She can be found on IG @amethysteyed

Bill Wolak is a poet, collage artist, and photographer who has just published his eighteenth book of poetry entitled All the Wind’s Unfinished Kisses with Ekstasis Editions.

Jim Zola is a poet and photographer living in North Carolina.