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Kristina Webster Shue

Aphrodisiac blues catcall the drearily dreaming: honeyed
index of self-injury, jealous kamikaze. A crackling lethargy
that questions yesterday's oatmeal priorities, replacing
them with restlessness. Suicidal travelling among guttering
vividness. A yawning rainy-day zealot.

Kristina Webster Shue is an eccentric secular agnostic earth-based spiritualist, writer, and all-around creative type currently living in Ohio where she is trying to figure out what adulthood means for someone whose regrets have left them as of yet degree-less. She will eventually finish her bachelor's in Writing (maybe).

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ISSUE SIX: Smallest Eyry

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