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  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
    The sun beats down on my shoulders as I write. My hand is cramping and I’m at a loss for words, but I need people to know. They need to know what it took to get here. Someday when kids read about history, maybe they will read my journal and know just how destructive the plague was. ? A terrible ...
  • Fiction > Romance
    Jenna loudly sobbed into her squishy pillow. Every terrible thing that could have happened, already had. Her eyes ached from the amount of water they had been producing all day. She sat up, which qualified as the first major movement she had attempted in hours. Food sounded absolutely disgusting, bu...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Today is the day I’m sixteen at last My new car is here I can’t wait to drive Mom hands me the keys And wishes me luck I hop in the seat It roars to a start I pull the top down Excitement fills me Wind ruffles my hair My tunes play softly My hands grip the wheel Sunshine heats my...
  • Opinion > Environment
    A grown female elephant and her calf wander the hot, African plane, in search of food and water. After some time, she spots a watering hole in the distance. The grown elephant steps forward only to have her foot caught in a mess of wire. A cry of agony escapes her. She frantically twists and tugs h...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
    “Today is the day Americans have been waiting for; a day in which the obsolete mechanisms of the past are replaced with the conveniences of modern, industrial life. This will be a way to further ourselves in the world of business while also providing a safe method of recreation. It will make trave...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    A treasure map upon the table, Yet fantasy is but a fable. Only one bag I choose to take. “Our truest life is when we are in dreams awake.” The seasons melt from winter to spring. Fresh, vibrant saplings, what a beautiful thing. God’s breath wisps over the open plain. A palette o...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
    Every day this year had been the same for timid, five year-old, Bobby. He would wake up, burrowed deep in his blankets and peek around, checking for the worst. He would then sprint to the kitchen where warm pancakes waited for him. For one syrupy sweet moment, all of Bobby’s fears were forgotten. ...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
    Sirens cut through the piercing screams of inner city San Francisco. Children weep for the warm arms of their mothers and forgotten dogs bark as their owners escape the city in terror. Fiery orange flames light up the dark city as robots take over human existence. ~ Karmen breathes heavily, run...
  • Opinion > Movies / Music / TV
    The movie Easy A, written by Bert V. Royal, is slightly based on Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel, The Scarlet Letter. If the movie was to act as a summary or modern metaphor to the book, it would earn a D in the grade book. Firstly, the main character, Olive Penderghast, does not wear the scarlet lett...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    Isabella Thatcher’s routine had been the same for years and not one detail of her life had changed except for the number of candles on her birthday cake. Every morning, Isabella prepared herself for the day and walked to the farmer’s market. One day, she noticed something peculiar. A new vendor ...

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