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  • Nonfiction > Interviews
    It’s irrefutable that teenagers have a lot on their plates, but it’s also safe to say that Laila, the heroine of J.C. Carleson’s novel, The Tyrant’s Daughter, has had a more challenging life than the ­average 15-year-old girl. Her father has just been assassinated and her family is forced t...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    three years ago, i went to your house and left a piece of myself in your living room. we used to like the same sort of music. you danced and i sang the words to pop songs that didn't last. the top forty charts are constantly changing and i think my old favorite radio station has turned ...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    You want me to apologize but you refuse to forgive — you swallow my words and throw them out, throw them up, because you cannot find the space for them, and because they are too heavy for your hands to hold. So the weight evaporates into the thick air between us, and my throat clenches ...
  • Nonfiction > Interviews
    An inevitable part of being a teenager is forming, defending, and questioning your beliefs. In Amy Christine Parker’s debut novel Gated, 17-year-old Lyla and the other “Chosen” people live in a gated community waiting for the end of the world. As the novel unfolds, beliefs are challenged, live...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    you told me that you wanted to kill yourself because nobody was ever there and i dug my fingernails into my arms because i was trying to be somebody and because i had tried so hard to save you....
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    If we were a metaphor, I would be a flower and you would be rain. (As soon as I grew up, you drowned me again.) And darling, if we were colors, I think I'd be scarlet and you'd be bright red. (I was always the duller shade.) But we are not colors, or metaphors, or words that rhyme perfectly...

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