Arielle Tipa is a writer/poet based in Long Island, New York. Arielle’s poems, herself defining some as “bioerotic”, are often inspired by illusion, bodies, dreamwork, as well as flora and fauna.
Apart from writing, she enjoys journaling, reading, exploring historic villages, and collecting vintage ephemera. She is also the founder and managing editor of Occulum. Her first chapbook, Daughter-Seed, was published in 2019 from Empty Set Press.
Her favorite writers include Lucie Brock-Broido, Emily Corwin, and Djuna Barnes.
Currently, Arielle is writing poems for her next manuscript and developing ideas for a novella.
- daylily / dolores in Bombus Press
- parasite in Dirty Paws Poetry Review
- bodyland in Glintmoon