throw your hands in the air and wave them like

By Olatunde Osinaike

 
Olatunde Osinaike is a Nigerian-American poet originally from the West Side of Chicago. He is Black, still learning and eager nevertheless. An alumnus of Vanderbilt University, his most recent work has appeared, or is forthcoming, in Hobart Magazine, Apogee Journal, HEArt Online Journal, Up the Staircase Quarterly, and FreezeRay Poetry, among other publications. He is probably off rewatching The Office right now for the nth time, but you can find him on Twitter and Instagram at @tundelasoul, when he’s not being as much of an introvert. 

Art by Issue 9 featured artist, Emily Truman

Emily has displayed work at various galleries, including “Nasty Women” in Philadelphia and “Vulvacular” in Chelsea, NYC. In addition to being in the process of becoming a teaching artist with South Central PaARTners through Millersville University, Emily holds a free monthly bring-your-own-everything collage workshop at Lancaster Art Studios, and teaches monthly workshops at The Candy Factory. Follow her on instagram at @collage__dropout.