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  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Ring. Ring. Ring. Ring. 8 times, then a click that makes my heart lift. Instead of her warm voice, brimming with apologies for missing my calls, my dozens of texts, it’s only a machine telling me to leave a message at the beep. “Hi . . . I’ve called several times now and it’s late and I h...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    I take comfort in numbers I break things down into the days     hours         minutes             seconds                 heartbeats             seconds         minutes     hours days since the last time I saw you until I can see...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
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    The conflict between Israel and Palestine is one that has been going on for over 65 years. Conventional solutions have been tried and have failed. A simple border change isn’t going to be enough at this point; something new and unorthodox needs to be tried. A one-state solution is refused b...
  • Opinion > Current Events / Politics
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    One of the things that makes humans unique is our propensity to alter the environment we live in, even on the molecular level. We build huge structures to shelter us from the elements, we find ways to kill off the predators that threaten our existence, and we cultivate other beings to serve as food ...
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    Poverty looks different everywhere in the world. In some places, poverty is living on a few cents a day. In others, $50 a day is low enough to leave you impoverished. In Oaxaca, Mexico, 97% of citizens live on less than $1.25 a day in some municipalities. Oaxaca is unique because of its situation wi...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
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    What weapon do you choose, they ask, to die by Words. I wish a weapon of words. Stronger than tempered steel, more dependable than any blade And they came to her, with blades, and steel, and anger, and she bared them to their souls One by one they fell, to an invisible blade that sc...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    Friday, March 13th, 1739 Dear Mother and Father, I’m ecstatic that I’m able to be writing this to you. I wanted to tell you that I’m alive, if not very well. Abubacar was not as lucky. I’m sorry. He did die before he had to undergo many of the horrors, so thank the Lord for his merci...
  • Fiction > Action-Adventure
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    Leading a group of Niravasi across the mountains isn’t easy. Less so when they aren’t sure that doing so is what they want to do. Even less so when they are being forced to leave everything they love and care about behind. But it is made a fraction easier if they trust you with every fiber of t...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The small room was as I had remembered it: with the small table in one corner holding a oversized lamp we had made together, the miniscule flowers frozen forever in their attempt to consume the shade; the piano sitting in the center of the room, our pride and joy for which we had saved so long to b...
  • Nonfiction > Academic
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    In English class, we have been learning to become comma ninjas. Many of us entered training flailing our appendages, having no idea what we were doing. I feel that I at least knew which end to pick up my sword from, if you know what I mean. I could use most of the patterns, but not all of them. Thi...
  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    Akracia was originally settled by the Atoka, who were a nomadic people. They followed the herds of animals, occasionally growing crops, but more often not. Eventually they split into two groups, one more agricultural, the other still nomadic. These groups spread throughout Akracia, becoming smaller ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    I was born to rule. My family had ruled for generations, throughout almost all of recorded history in Akracia. Some would say that this fact makes us monarchs, but I disagree. We are here because that is what the people have chosen, what we have chosen, for hundreds, even thousands of years. I’ve ...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    The bright, warm, orange fire sent sparks shooting into the night, where they hovered for a moment before they disappeared. The sounds of the horses and cattle, the fire, and the soft noises the cowboys themselves made mixed and mingled into the strange music of the night. “Any songs for toni...
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