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Cafe 5
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Young Brown dashed to the crime scene as soon as he was called. He got to Cafe 5, the crime scene, and found the police gathered around the victim. Together with them was the famous Vancouver detective, Walter M. Morris, renowned not only for... (more »)
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Cold Cereal & Morning Revelations This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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It’s Sunday morning and you are back, sitting across from me at the kitchen table. The nanny has prepared a bowl of cereal for each of us, and although I am starving, I don’t eat. It doesn’t seem appropriate. Instead I stare... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction   1 comment
Boxes This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Falcor’s brow furrowed, his fingers quivering as he slowly fit the S-piece into the socket of the Q. The interior of the box that he was fitting the pieces into bathed him in a soft golden light. With a satisfying click, the yellow cube... (more »)
Subsection: Sci-fi/Fantasy Articles  
She’s Still My Sister This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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There is this snapshot that I have, of my sister and me shortly before she graduated high school. We are eighteen and seventeen, respectively, and standing on the back porch of some guy’s house. I remember that afternoon – how... (more »)
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Silent Savior This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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“What did you say to me?” The boy shoved her, hard. Maxine whimpered as she caught herself on the concrete, her palms scraping against gravel. She let out a wet cough, lifting an arm to try and smother the hacking sounds as she... (more »)
Subsection: Romance Articles  
The Reader This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Books were like water to her, or at least that’s what Nick observed. Ninety-nine percent of the time, she was reading. She was an easy thing to watch, easy on the eyes. She was beautiful; she dressed nice and wore makeup, but Nick had... (more »)
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Carving Pumpkins This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Certain memories become colored as time passes. Deep blues and rosy hues cover small details, blur once-familiar faces, and build upon imaginary facts. Rarely does a moment escape this diffusion and remain vivid for any substantial length of... (more »)
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Brian's Problem This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Brian had a problem; the airplane was falling. He didn’t think the plane was supposed to be falling. Between his sleep-addled brain and the clamor of the terrified passengers, the most complex thought he could form was, Hmm. Bad. He... (more »)
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Strings This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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The first time she heard it, she thought it sounded like spring. Like summer and fall and winter and everything in between. She thought it was the sound of fireflies in sweet new grass, the sound of dim, midnight carnivals. The sound of trees... (more »)
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The Smoke Lingers
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My shoulders began to shake in such a way that I thought they would never stop, in a way that I thought if they continued to shake, they would never stop.   Rejection was bad, but humiliation was worse. I experienced both that... (more »)
Subsection: Romance Articles  
The Internet White Whale
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Cubo Minecraft Fanart Forest, Spring of 2012. Once, not too long ago, there lived a beautiful comic-lope named Cubo. He was a real work of art, with thin gray lines gracefully traced on his paper-white body. Cubo contained plenty of... (more »)
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Remember Me
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Death is inevitable. Every person’s life will cease to end at one point or another. That much is uncontrollable. What is controllable, however, is the legacy a person decides to leave upon the world. He or she could either be remembered by... (more »)
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It Wasn't Him: a Minecrafter's Tale
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In most stories about weird incidents in Minecraft, they always mention Herobrine, the creepy enigmatic character with the default skin and eerie white eyes. Few, if any, stories feature any other characters besides the famous griefer, and I... (more »)
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The Attic
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Today I went into my attic because a madman told me to. I saw him walking in the streets somewhere dark and cold. He had white hair and red and green glasses and he looked at me with slightly crazed eyes and he said, “Go to the attic! You... (more »)
Subsection: Thriller/Mystery Articles  
The Black Beach House
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I never noticed how empty my house was before she left me. Nothing was taken from my house, but it felt different all the same. Walking down the hall, the house seemed lifeless, but spiteful. I always kept the window looking out of the ocean... (more »)
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Beginnings
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“Where were you last night?” Jill looked at Marcy with an angry expression. Her tone was accusing as she looked at her daughter’s bloodshot eyes and messy hair. Marcy glanced at her mother before returning her gaze to the... (more »)
Subsection: Realistic Fiction  
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