Ghost Parachute seeks to publish writing that is unapologetically bold. We wish to lose ourselves in fresh and vibrant imagery. We want to read what we’ve always known but were too afraid to say. We want to read a story unlike any other story we’ve read before. It’s easy to view the world in black and white, so Ghost Parachute paints a streak of gray. Great stories don’t ride the popular, easy narrative, and great characters are often impossible to love yet we love them anyway. We aim to unleash the spider behind the rose and dance in the surreal.
Managing Editor and Founder
Brett Pribble is the failed abortion of Nazi apologists overwhelmed by their meth addiction. Thankfully, they are both dead, but unfortunately Brett slimed his way into existence thanks to opportunistic scientists hoping to create a chemical weapon worse than cancer. In his free time, he makes voodoo dolls, adds to his lint collection, and talks to himself. He would like to tell you: you may not know that you have a third nipple, but the spirit of your third nipple will forever feel the glory of the pennies he sacrifices to it.
Kimba Rose Williams
Kimba Rose Williams is a neurotic, pint-sized raconteuse, who spends her free time reading Dictionaries and practicing her self-loathing. You can often find her binging Netflix, drinking sugar with tea, and occasionally writing.
As a globe-trotting member of the only white tribe in South Africa, Marelize Roets is rapidly gaining her ten thousand hours of experience writing. Her mother has already picked out her own dress for the Oscars. She lives her life by making bad decisions until someone comes from the future to stop her.