“Wild” Featured Artist Kayla M. Haranda

Synkroniciti is pleased to introduce Houston poet Kayla M. Haranda. Kayla opens the “Wild” issue with Blue–, which explores the positive side of feeling blue. “Not a melancholy, shed a few tears, cry in secret blue,” but something much happier, richer and multi-faceted. Her sense of fun and joy is palpable and invites us to celebrate a new interpretation. We are always glad to find new poets and know you will enjoy this emerging voice.

Order your copy of “Wild” to experience Kayla’s electric poem: https://synkroniciti.com/the-magazine/purchase-individual-issues/.

Kayla M. Haranda is a freelance ghostwriter, poet, and mother of three. She received her B.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Houston and has since been published in such magazines as Soup Can and Poetry Cove. Her work was also included in the anthology Dreams in Hiding. Kayla believes that any problem can be solved with a good poem, a little love, and a lot of marshmallows.

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