Annie Demko lives in a small Northeast Ohio town, in a very old house with her husband and two sons, a couple dozen chickens, and a few hives of bees. She is a maker, a writer, and a perennial dreamer of what could be. Her work has been published in Kindred Magazine and elsewhere. She loves to bring thoughts into being on the page, and finds joy in a hot cup of tea held close, crisp frosty mornings, and the feel of a book in her hands. You can find her occasionally recording her days at her blog, Moon in the Window.