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Introducing, DM Rice....

Stephen here, and I'll try to keep it brief, but know that I really could ramble on for quite some time about fellow Rambler, DM Rice; you see, we go back, fucking Garland-High-School-back, and even though I was a few grades above them, we quickly became peers (and eventually besties) through a shared interest in making art. Between then and now—in addition to somehow escaping from the cold life-sucking grip of merciless Rowlett, TX & co.—we’ve made art alongside each other, our own shit as well as collaborative efforts such as songs, poems, stories, paintings, don’t get me started on the still-developing treatise of Postmodern Classicism (DM will fill you in a little on that specific project in due time), and now Sybil.

It brings me infinite joy to officially announce that DM Rice is now an active member of the Sybil team. Though their duties may expand in the future, right now DM will be primarily helping with reviewing submissions—sending out acceptances, rejections, that sort of thing.

DM currently resides in Colchester, where they attend the University of Essex, workings towards their MA in the avant-garde.

-Notable recent publications 2019 TX Poetry Calendar, Broken Metropolis (Mason Jar Press), and Nameless Woman, an anthology named one of Jezebel’s favorite books of 2018
-Short stint as fiction editor of The Aletheia Journal, participant in Houston art scene (venues such as Diverseworks, Notsuoh, and Bohemeos), 
-Participant in Oliver Herring areas for action, including fundraiser at public art fund
-Participant in Pepe Mar’s Parco Dei Mostri
-Recent writing includes screenplays, visual hybrid poetry, an erasure redaction of epistemology of the closet, gender trouble, history of sexuality, and a short novella about temptation through the eras (We Three Kings)

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