FDU MFA Alum Racquel Henry, Pam Harris, & Marquita “Quita” Hockaday’s Black Fox Literary Magazine
Issue No. 13 (Winter 2016) of Black Fox Literary Magazine is now available. A free e-version is available online, and beautiful print copies can be purchased, as well.
Issue No. 13 features work by Riccardo Savini, Brendan Stephens, Lyndsey Ellis, Beth Sherman, Elizabeth Whittington, Aracely Medina, Alexi Garre, Kaleb Cook, Ephraim Scott Sommers, Julian Randall, Francesca Badalamenti, Alena Zhang, Seth Jani, James Mahon, Kevin Casey, Thomas Snarsky, Terry Minchow-Proffitt, John Stupp, AJ Huffman, Jessica Demarest, and Jodi De Luca.
About the Black Fox Literary Magazine masthead:
Racquel Henry is first and foremost a writer. She is also a part-time English Professor and owns the writing center, Writer’s Atelier, in Winter Park, FL. Racquel writes literary, women’s, and recently YA fiction in hopes of having a novel published sometime in the near future. She also enjoys reading a variety of genres, and is currently obsessed with flash fiction. She earned an MFA from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Her stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Blink-Ink, The Rusty Nail, Freight Train Magazine, Lotus-Eater Magazine, and The Best of There Will Be Words 2014 among others. You can follow her writing journey on her blog, “Racquel Writes.”
Pam Harris lives in Williamsburg, VA and spent seven years as a middle school counselor. Currently, she is interning at a family counseling center, and when she isn’t helping families resolve conflicts, she’s writing contemporary YA fiction (and has also recently started writing middle grade). Some of her favorite authors are Ellen Hopkins, Courtney Summers, Jandy Nelson, and Stephen King. You can also find her at the movie theaters every weekend or pretending to enjoy exercising. She received her MFA in creative writing from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2012, and will soon receive her PhD in Counselor Education at the College of William and Mary.
Marquita “Quita” Hockaday also lives in Williamsburg, VA. She is an educator who has never been able to shake her love of writing and reading. There is always, always a book near her. Marquita is currently enjoying writing young adult (historical and contemporary)—and most recently wrote her first middle grade novel with co-editor, Pam. Some of her favorite authors are Laurie Halse Anderson, Blake Nelson, Cormac McCarthy, and Joyce Carol Oates. Marquita also graduated with an MFA in creative writing from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2012, and is beginning to work toward her doctoral degree in Virginia.
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