Category Archives: Story

Just a Fantasy

by Isabel Wolfe Day after day, you wake up with one fantasy living rent free in your mind, only one thing that you can think of, that you want to do for the rest of your life but so many … Continue reading

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To Plant a Seed

by Rosie Pound Maisie wonders how she got to be right here, right now. In her flower shop, gardening gloves on her hands, knees on the hard floor, staring up into her seven-year-old daughters big brown questioning eyes. She can’t … Continue reading

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Grape jelly

by Viktoriya Kovachyk A lady at the store was returning her purchases today. She returned all except one. Gummy bears. At least that’s what she told me. She couldn’t return those, because she craved them every night lately, she said. What … Continue reading

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Dumpling Recipe

by Jenn Ngeth   Ammonia and lavender fill the air–– a mop in hand, she performed her usual tasks of cleanliness. How can three people accumulate this much dust and dirt? Mars wondered. Scrubbing away at the mahogany floors, she … Continue reading

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Five Minutes

By Kiera Golden Five minutes was an impractical amount of time to wait for two little red lines to appear; especially since Ophelia had much better things to do with her time than sit on the dusty toilet seat, holding … Continue reading

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A Fleeting Thought

By Ruth Magana Opal opened the door to a tiny shop. The bell rang sharp and clear as she shuffled in. The floor to ceiling shelves made the darkened room feel cramped. Her eyes shifted over the space and the shadowy … Continue reading

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Breakfast

By Jacob Johnson I strut down the stairs and into my dining room, where the beautiful beams of the Saturday morning sunlight illuminate its essence. As usual, Alex is already up in the seat I dragged him into after our Friday … Continue reading

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Sudden Pressure

By Jamie McGillen                                              Lightning sails sideways in sharp arrows.                     … Continue reading

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Children of the Moon

By Elliot Johnson The children were always told to stay out of the forest. The reason why changed from family to family: witches, werewolves, faeries, any kind of monster really. No matter the culprit, the point was clear. Children who … Continue reading

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Ritual

By Ann Sim Gathering the painting tools to my reach, I observe the canvas reflected through the mirror in front of me. My face, this tranquil, angular visage, is a canvas__ a blank, colorless sheet of paper. The first tool … Continue reading

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