A WOMAN’S PLACE by Janel Brubaker

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A WOMAN’S PLACEby Janel BrubakerI was no older than twenty-five when I first felt the weight of what it means to be a woman defined by social norms and gender roles. I...

HIS YOUTH By Steve Coughlin

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HIS YOUTHby Steve Coughlin  Decades before he folded her sweaters into a trash bag, placed them on a curb in front of the house, his youth rumbled with desire...

AN ASCENT: CONSIDERING THE SHADOWS OF A STONE STAIRCASE by A. M. Palmer

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AN ASCENT: CONSIDERING THE SHADOWS OF A STONE STAIRCASEby A. M. Palmer If the woods are haunted, but the forest merely enchanted by shadows and soft light, into which...

FADED by Victoria Endres

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FADEDby  Victoria Endres    A small wet drop blurred the rounded pink letters where it landed. Quickly I set the pages back onto the smooth grey surface of the...

PERCY SHELLEY’S POETRY By Matthew Ross

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PERCY SHELLEY’S POETRYby Matthew Ross  Non-Linear Temporality and Causality, Trans-Dimensional Space, and the Struggle to Grasp it All; Percy Bysshe Shelley, a Pioneer A to B....

CRAIG By Shirley Palmerton

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CRAIGby Shirley Palmerton  Have you ever felt yourself struggling to wake up and then find you are awake, the nightmare is true? I felt this way one hot summer’s...

DOLPHINS, AS A METAPHOR By Justine Cadwell

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DOLPHINS, AS A METAPHORby Justine Cadwell  A dolphin’s smile is the greatest deception. It creates the illusion that they’re always happy. – Ric O’BarryWhat would it be like to...