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  • Opinion > Spirituality / Religion
    I was eleven the first time I questioned the existence of God, an oddly premature age for someone who’d been inundated with scripture since she was in utero. My father literally used to whisper Bible verses to me through Mom’s bellybutton. I could recite the Ten Commandments, Apostle’s Creed...
  • Poetry > Sonnet
    Sometimes I wish I were a carefree dog Unplagued by philosophical queries Regarding ontology, death, and God, Concerned only with my ball, loved dearly. I’d gobble my kibble every day And chase the UPS man up the street And force the cat next door into a game Of tackle football whenever we ...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
    We – Generation Y – clearly have the ability. Motivation, however, is a whole different ball game. Despite historical and contemporary evidence testifying to our potential as the movers and shakers of politics, young adults in America don’t like to vote. In 1971, Congress ratified the Twent...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    Mine is a jaded story. It has been told a hundred times, a thousand times, in poetry and prose, lyric and verse. But it is new to me and as such adds a hard-edged tinge of reality to my perception of its significance. It’s funny. You hear these things all the time and no one thinks twice. Gre...
  • Nonfiction > Interviews
    “Twenty f***ing minutes,” she says. Then she’s off. I crashed down into the swell a few months ago And I’m waiting at the bottom with a wee-waking lantern Making bread out of thought and drinking trickling rocky rainwater. And I heard you slide down behind me but your efforts we...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    How do you know when you’re in love? True love, not that dinky fairy-tale princess stuff that Disney spits out every couple years. Not that sexually-charged Megan Fox image Hollywood plasters on glossy posters for drooling teenage boys. And not the little kiddie, chaste kiss-on-the-cheek type o...
  • Opinion > Pop Culture / Trends
    It's common knowledge that we humans take our looks very seriously. Just watch an hour of TV and count the commercials for hair, skin, teeth, and nail products; make-up for every conceivable fold of facial skin; the South Beach, Atkins, Cookie, and Cabbage Soup diets; low-fat foods and exercise m...

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