Nonfiction

    THE MOST SCARIEST THING by Riley Winchester

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    The Most Scariest Thing I am obsessed with time. The obsession started my sophomore year of college when I had to take a science class with a lab in order to fulfill the science...

    A SISTA SURVIVOR’S JOURNEY: THRIVING AMIDST THE LIGHT AND CHAOS by Claire Jones

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    A Sista Survivor's Journey: Thriving Amidst the Light and Chaos By Claire Jones "Where I was born and how I have lived is unimportant. It is what I have done with where I have been that...

    RESOURCE by John Bonanni

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    Resource No social philosophy, economic strategy or cultural perspective can guarantee our well-being without the truth. Possession is hawked by capitalists gone wild on one end of the spectrum while entitlement is claimed by socialists gone...

    JOHN KEATS AND OUR DAYS OF UNCERTAINTIES by Mike Dillon

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    John Keats and Our Days of Uncertainties by Mike Dillon On a mid-May Saturday morning in 1958, my big brother let me tag along with him and his friends as they explored the woods near...

    SKIPPING CHURCH by Linda Schifino

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    Skipping Church Pamela was my best friend in second and third grade at Larimer School. She was the first to smile at me when I entered my new second grade classroom. The school principal...

    BATMAN DOESN’T FLY…HE GLIDES by Scott Trainer

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    BATMAN DOESN’T FLY…HE GLIDES Black as the darkest night, standing - or possibly hovering - in the slightest of divides between the pure black and any of the many shades of gray, is the figure...

    YELLOW BATH TOWELS by McKenzie Fletcher

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    Yellow Bath Towels By: McKenzie Fletcher Sometimes life gets messy. Really really messy. And sometimes you are just tired. Really really tired. And you are sitting on the floor of your childhood bedroom. Bird seed making...

    A RIVER’S VIEW by Taylor Boughnou

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    A River’s View (A Brief Look Into Myself) by T. M. Boughnou It was now the first week of March. I could not believe that I had not been home for nearly two seasons. And...

    CROSSING THE GORGE by Bob Kelsoe

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    Crossing the Gorge I Watched my grandpa's line roll across the water in a radial arc until his fly landed in a deep pool that was protected from the current by a large boulder. ...

    REIMAGINING: MARCH 31, 2020 By Rachel Cavell

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    REIMAGINING: MARCH 31, 2020by Rachel Cavell   “Liza, be careful not to touch the banister when you go downstairs”, we overheard Max telling our daughter late last night. Motivated by Trump’s musings about quarantining...