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  • Fiction > Romance
    The note was sealed with red wax. Admittedly, it was only the wax from a cheap red candle that had been dribbled slowly onto the folded edges of the paper until it was stable, but it was still sweet. When opened, it cracked along the lines of the individual drops where the wax had fallen, rather th...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
    It’s incredibly inconvenient to be a snow maiden, I think. At least, that’s what the only one I know says. She sits on the porch of our cabin, watching the stars (she can’t be around in the daytime; the sunlight reflecting off her skin is enough to hurt my eyes) and sighs, then looks annoyed...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    We used to share the same bed every night. My paws touching your cheeks, your arms wrapped tight around my middle, loosening as you fell asleep. My eyes never closed, ever-vigilant for monsters hiding under beds and in closets. I would never have let any harm come to you. You’d to take me everyw...
  • Opinion > Love / Relationships
    I love having a former hippy for a dad. I was hanging out with one of my friends recently when the topic of her mom came up (again). We’d made a simple change of plans: instead of staying downtown, we were going to head to Broadway for a while. “Wait a minute,” she said, whipping out her ph...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
    They made Lancelot and Guinevere look like a pair of homeless people, the way they looked together. His dark hair and brooding eyes, dark charisma, majestic profile. The way her shimmery golden hair cascaded down her back and gracefully pale neck, a few tendrils carelessly draped unavoidably over hi...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
    A couple of years ago, I had opinions on every topic it was possible to have an opinion on, and I had strong ones. Most pop was awful, I hated any rap or hip-hop, and if you hadn't read Harry Potter, you weren't worth my time. If it was possible to have an opinion, I had one. Now I&...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
    Helen liked to paint. She liked smoothing the colors over an inviting white canvas, liked the brushes, mixing colors to make new ones that people didn't even know how to describe. She liked making hidden pictures that popped into existence without warning or plan. As a result, unexpected things star...

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