Branch is a literary publication committed to giving today’s critical thinkers breathing room to trade chaos for creativity, and exhaustion for real inspiration through poetry, memoirs, and alternative news stories that highlight the redeeming side of human nature. Here, I hope hungry minds will find and share work, from me and from great poets I admire, to re-connect with gratitude, and each other.
About the Author
Born on April 16, 1969, in Towanda, Pennsylvania, Stacey Forbes writes poignant, lyrical poems and essays that comment on the human condition. Speaking always with honesty, empathy and wit, she seeks to illuminate the divine spark in everything. Forbes’ work has been published in The Adirondack Review, Conspire Magazine, and Stirring: A Literary Collection. Honors include Friends of Acadia in 2000, and an honorable mention in Winning Writers War Poetry Contest in 2003. She currently works as a brand manager for Roche Tissue Diagnostics in Tucson, Arizona, where she uses her storytelling craft to author and art direct marketing campaigns on the role of diagnostics in modern medicine.