Jocelyn Johnson's essays and fiction have appeared in Guernica, Jane's Stories, Literary Mama, and elsewhere. Her short story 'The King of Xandria' placed 1st in Prime Number's 2016 story contest, and was nominated for a Pushcart.‘The Hasselblad’ placed 1st in the Richard Bausch Short Story Contest at Our Stories. She lives, writes, and teaches art to public school children in Charlottesville, Virginia.
You want to tell a story? Grow a heart. Grow two. Now, with the second heart, smash the first one into bits.