Palaeontology by Stuti Pachisia
Stuti Pachisia is a doctoral candidate and poet based out of Cambridge, UK and Calcutta, India. Her work has featured in Claw & Blossom, The Rialto, Capsule Stories, The Seventh Wave, The Alipore Post and Cleaver. In 2020, she was a finalist for the Srinivas Rayaprol Poetry Prize. Twitter: @steewtweets.
Michelle McElroy is a native New Englander who studied painting at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and has worked at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Skinner Auction House and Historic New England. Interested by how light and shadow can transform everyday scenes are constant inspiration. These are images that she may see on early morning runs, midnight snacks in the kitchen or simple observations of everyday scenes that people can connect with or create a narrative of their own. Michelle’s work has been accepted into various juried shows in galleries around the United States and actively shows at local venues, such as libraries and cafes. She is a member of the Cambridge Art Association, Edward Hopper House, and Center for the Arts in New London, New Hampshire. Michelle lives in New Hampshire with her husband and two cats. Instagram: @michellemcelroyart Website: michellemcelroy.com