"Witch Woman and Her Forgetful Lover" by A.K. Kelly

"At first, she wasn't certain about the ingredients she should use because she'd never made a man before, and she figured if she were going to take the time to do this, he had better be perfect because what was the point of creating a flawed man? So the witch woman imagined the qualities she thought were ideal—kind, patient, loving—and she took a deep inhale and blew her breath over and through the bones. In a single instant the flesh and body of a man formed and in a second instant, his eyes opened and she saw they were as dark and deep as the ocean."

Excerpt from Volume 1, Issue 4