Alexandra Seidel (Braunschweig, Germany) writes both prose and poetry, and she likes to look at the world from great heights. Her work has appeared (or is forthcoming) in Bottom Of The World, 34thParallel, Foundling Review, Zygote In My Coffee, Niteblade, The Horror Zine, decomP and Word Riot.

Seidel's poems "The Frilly Dress" and "Saying the Words" previously appeared in Volume 1 Issue 6 of Apparatus Magazine. Her poems "If God is Love It Shouldn't Matter" and "The Black Box" - as well as her fiction piece, "Almost Gone" - also appeared in Volume 1 Issue 7 of Apparatus Magazine.

February: Volume 1 Issue 8