Arielle Tipa is a writer and editor who lives near a haunted lake in New York. She earned her A.A. in Journalism from Suffolk County Community College in 2012, and later her B.A. in Comparative Literature and English in 2015 from Stony Brook University, Arielle is the founding editor of Occulum.
Her work explores illusion, pain, bodies and nature, as well as bodies in relation to nature. She is influenced by mysticism, dreams, classic cinema, and (you guessed it) – flowers.
Arielle’s debut chapbook, daughter – seed, is set to release in Winter 2018 from Empty Set Press.
She is currently writing more poetry and compiling her second chapbook.