Welcome to the inaugural issue of Scribble, a fresh literary venue that seeks to showcase the best fiction from debut and emerging writers.
How fortunate it is to find sparkling gems in Scribble's first batch of submissions.
Madalyne Della's A Hat and a Mirror brilliantly captures course-changing moments of clarity. JG Sarmiento offers great storytelling with a touch of magic realism in The Termite and the Spider. And, Movo's Tree, by new-comer RK Taylor, offers a unique take on the devastation of change.
Jae Worthy Johnson
Madalyne Della lives in the US Southwest. She has also lived in Houston, New York, Boston, Vermont, Oregon, and California. She has worked as an archaeologist, an editor, a wife, and a mother.
JG Sarmiento holds an MA from the University of Guam, where he taught composition, literature, and rhetoric. He now pitches stories in parabolas from the Mile-High City, where he often wonders what comes after the postmodern, the MCU, and Nutella.
RK Taylor is an emerging writer from upstate New York. He is working to earn his MFA at Chatham University in Pittsburgh and teaches in the Allegheny County Jail through the Words Without Walls program.