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  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
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    Part One: Stephen You know, I always thought airplane seats were extremely uncomfortable, but they’ve never been as bad as this. It’s like I’m sitting on one of those big boulders by the beach in California; but instead of being surrounded by soft sand and listening to the sweet, serene sound...
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    Most of your applicants went through school being told that they were the best, that they were intelligent, successful, talented. I went through school being told I was stupid. *** It began in first grade. My teacher told my mother that I needed extra help: tutors and summer programs for st...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    December 2004. The loneliest month of the year. We arrive at an imposing two-story house in the small town of Los Altos – the only house on the block not adorned with Christmas lights. As we walk through the front door, the only decoration is a mezuzah on its edge. We continue into the foyer, p...
  • Opinion > Points of View
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    When you do it everyone always stares. Sometimes they scowl. Sometimes they awkwardly laugh. Recently, people have just been telling me it’s disgusting. But no matter what, I just can’t stop doing it. When that bubble of sticky stomach gas finally releases from my mouth and makes that joyous vib...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    When a person is born they know nothing, and I was no different. All I knew was what they told me to believe. I didn't know that what they had told me made me different. At my preschool in December, Santa Claus was all the talk. Most kids had sat on the big red hero's lap. Siaosi wanted a ...
  • Nonfiction > Memoir
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    The first thing to know about me is that I didn't always value parental guidance. I always figured that my parents were hindering my success because sometimes they didn't let me do what I wanted, which I thought was dumb. Like when they wouldn't let me go surfing in Hawaii because a shark m...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
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    There I sat, my palms oozing sweaty fear, and my legs crossed tightly into a pretzel. His grizzly bear eyes leapt at me from across his hickory desk, and soon his harsh stare had me under his control. I shivered in the icy vision of his eyes, and I could not stare back. Then the bear began to roar: ...

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