Issue 4, Spring 2019
Finishing out the journal’s second year, Ovis Issue 4 features more impressive work from MCC students and staff.
Issue 4 includes work from Crystal Arambula, Morgana Campbell, Kaitlyn Cativiela, Megan Chadsey, Victoria Cullis, Alexander Exley, Desiree Hamodey, Marylynn Hernandez, Angelica Isela Hoover, Alida McDermott, Cat Nelson, Clayton Shankles, Sterling Silverman, Amber Tacey, Alieska Tor-Sablon, Nicole Vawter, and Cassidy Worden.
MCC instructor Susan Kreuger again curated pieces from her spring ceramics class; ceramics art in Issue 4 comes from Campell, Hamodey, Nelson, Shankles, and Vawter.
In Issue 4’s fiction section, two pieces by Exley and Hernandez should be read with the lights on. Chadsey offers science fiction, and Tacey returns with an evocative narrative.
Poetry for Issue 4 comes from Exley, McDermott, Worden, Silverman, Hoover, and Cativiela. Each piece is rich with imagery and unexpected language.
Tor-Sablon returns with a second installment in her series of zombie apocalypse comics. Arambula’s illustrations are whimsical and colorful. Photography from Cullis completes Issue 4.
A Step on Mars by Megan Chadsey
Husk by Alexander James Exley
Innocent Ventures by Marylynn Hernandez
The Box by Amber Tacey
Bloom by Victoria Cullis
Sweet Sugar by Victoria Cullis
Poor Creature by Kaitlyn Cativiela
Sundered by Alexander James Exley
Pour by Angelica Isela Hoover
Knocking on Death’s Door by Alida McDermott
Three Poems by Sterling Silverman
The Spirits Still Linger Come November 1st by Cassidy Worden
Sea Dragon Tea and Cave Woman by Crystal Arambula
Platter, Bowls, and Vase by Morgana Campbell
Cat by Morgana Campbell
Elephant Mug by Desiree Hamodey
Orange Fish by Cat Nelson
Boot and Blue and White Vase by Clayton Shankles
Zombie Outbreak Continued by Alieska Tor-Sablon
Snake Pot by Nicole Vawter