Category: Prose

Escapade by Jordan DeGaetano

Picture yourself in a boat on a river With tangerine trees and marmalade skies      I grasp Izzy’s hand too tightly as Beatles music encapsulates the crowd. I’ve never…
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I Am A Pothead by Reshawna Maine

The workshift-over night-into the morning-until 11:24 am-just shy of noon, internal debate I had about whether or not I could reveal this, whether or not I wanted to display this…
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“Kubo and the Two Strings” A Tasteful but Flawed Adventure Through Feudal Japan by Mitch Chapman

Stop motion animation has never looked finer. Laika Entertainment LLC, whose filmography includes 2012’sParaNorman and 2014’s The Boxtrolls , have brought to life yet another solid feature, this time set…
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Developing a Theory of Dope Music by Nick Tardive

(note: I won’t be using a rating system because rating systems are arbitrary. Developing a Theory of Integrity is a must-listen for those who follow any subgenre of punk rock,…
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A Conquered Fear by Tyler Lord

A Conquered Fearby Tyler Lord      “I have something important to tell you,” he said after knocking on my bedroom door. My eyelids shuttered. They told me I hadn’t…
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Home by Tyler Lord

He didn’t like being late. He hated being late. There was a time not long ago when he always was. Late or absent. I think those days breed guilt in…
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Crabapples by Merideth Beard

When I woke my mouth was kissing the pink stuffed blanket. And I was alone with the grey sky. My sister sleeps softly over there. Under her new red comforter.…
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Little Things by Molly Mott

Little Thingsby Molly Mott It's the little things that carry the most weight.             For example, when I was six years old and my brother was sixteen, I slipped in…
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