January 2023 Feature Writer

Tessa Clawson Tessa Clawson is a painting student at SCAD Atlanta. Her stories reimagine fairytales weaving in themes of trauma, intimacy, and yearning.  A Stranger Comes to Tea Deep in the forest sat a cozy little cabin. In that cozy little cabin lived a lovely little woman. She lived in this cabin alone. Every dayContinue reading “January 2023 Feature Writer”

October 2022 Feature Writer

Victoria Radnothy Victoria Radnothy is a senior writing student at SCAD Atlanta and on staff as the copy editor and the resident theatre critique for the Connector Magazine. In writing, she loves to pull from her life’s experiences and add a fun twist of fiction to them. Armitage Family (2022 October Writing Contest Winner) WhenContinue reading “October 2022 Feature Writer”

September 2022 Feature Writer

Hannah Moseley Hannah Moseley has written for Paprika Southern, Incoming Media, Renegade Media, and SCAD Scan. She has an MFA in Writing from the Savannah College of Art and Design, where she was the previous editor of Honeycomb Literary. The Mountain in the Sea Two and a half million tourists pass through the tidal islandContinue reading “September 2022 Feature Writer”

August 2022 Feature Writer

Vivian Li Originally from Hong Kong, Vivian is a self-proclaimed “marshmallow” who finds solace in weaving words and sentences to express what she thinks and feels with language’s tools to create the finest tapestry. Giving Up Have you ever felt like you can’t keep goingAnd it seems like you’d never win?Or when it feels tooContinue reading “August 2022 Feature Writer”

July 2022 Feature Writer

Vrishti Savalani Vrishti Savalani is a third year Writing major and Dramatic Writing minor from Hong Kong. She loves to explore the stories that transpire from our everyday lives and hopes to tell these stories as a screenwriter in the future. Unrest (nonfiction) “At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, IndiaContinue reading “July 2022 Feature Writer”

June 2022 Feature Writer

Skyler McCullough Skyler is a north Georgia-based Sequential Art major and Creative Writing minor. They like to create down-to-earth stories that focus on the mundane and interpersonal relationships of everyday life. Plastic Tricycle I love my brother. When I was four, I had a big plastic tricycle. It was cheap, and its seat would stickContinue reading “June 2022 Feature Writer”

April 2022 Feature Writer

Isa Rhein Isa Rhein is a third-year Photography major and Creative Writing minor from Washington DC. She hopes to create work that highlights subjects that are usually overlooked, such as mental illness and mixed cultures. This is Love My mama told me that when a person is at the age where they grow several inchesContinue reading “April 2022 Feature Writer”

March 2022 Feature Writer

Agatha Tiara Christa Agatha Tiara Christa, also known as Rara, is an Indonesian animator pursuing a BFA in Animation and a minor in Storyboard at SCAD. She wants to share stories that represent the diverse cultures of the world. Visit www.rarafromindonesia.com to see more of her work. Styrofoam Gan had prepared the styrofoam boxes. He and his brother stoodContinue reading “March 2022 Feature Writer”

February 2022 Feature Writer

Hiu Ching Cheung Ching is from Hong Kong and is studying writing at SCAD.  She is also a painter and a fiction writer. She wants to use her artwork and writing to share her culture and explore American society. Yellow The sun was bathing the ocean when the storm tossed us from the ship. The shipContinue reading “February 2022 Feature Writer”

January 2022 Feature Writer

Benjamin Greennagel Benjamin is a Miami-born writer who, try as he might, cannot suppress his affinity for things that feel magical. He loves immersive fiction, and his work often revolves around issues of family, gender identity, and sexuality. Puzzlewood The silver subway car barrels down the tunnel, slowing to a stop with a long screech.Continue reading “January 2022 Feature Writer”

December 2021: Poetry Month at Honeycomb

Jackson Williams: Jackson is a third-year student pursuing a BFA in writing. His dream is to become an educator and published author. Through poetry, he explores themes of contemporary art and his identity as an American. Sonnet for Lost Souls The old one struggles with his cigarette—A cold night on the beach; the wind isContinue reading “December 2021: Poetry Month at Honeycomb”