Yvette Managan is a writer who works by day maintaining the chemical integrity of the Banana River. At night, she acts as intermediary between the horse, the hound-dog and the Sun Conyer. She is taking bets.
Yvette reads to remember, writes to forget and re-enacts the American War Between the States to teach that war is never healthy.
She acts as fiction editor for The Linnet’s Wing and her works have recently been seen in Every Day Fiction, Open Magazine, Mason’s Road, Flashshot, and much more.
Two Poems (p.) [Days That Pass, White Water]