of little significance

Vamsi Reddy
Keri Jones
Augusta, Georgia, United States


Black and white illustration of hand with pinky extended and other fingers folded. Caption reads "when we feel small and weak, / remember, / without our pinkies, / our hands lose half of their strength". Keri Leigh signature in shadow of wrist.



VAMSI REDDY is a third-year medical student at the Medical College of Georgia. He completed his undergraduate education at Augusta University in the inaugural class of the BS/MD accelerated medical program. Vamsi enjoys the beauty which pervades through the medical field and has taken to trying to capture a glimpse of that enchantment through poetry in hopes to tie our mortality to our humanity.

KERI LEIGH JONES was born and raised in the Augusta, Georgia area. She began drawing at an early age and learned many art principles from her grandmother. A hard-worker and avid learner, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Cell and Molecular Biology from Augusta University. Currently pursuing a Master of Science in Medical Illustration, she uses her passion for science and art to show others what cannot be easily seen or comprehended. In addition to art and science, she loves nature, all things purple, and her two adorable dachshunds.


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