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Alexis Perno, Featured Writer

November 30, 2017

Twenty. I was so excited to be twenty. Encased in those two small numbers was something priceless- freedom. I wouldn’t have to hide anymore, free from fear that constantly trailed me like a predator stalking its prey. Although...

Friend of Soil

Alexis Perno, Featured Writer

November 30, 2017

My first love was my best friend of two years But felt like forever instead. She’d water my roots and we grew close within moments Our stems intertwined and our colors were brighter together She was my sunlight and...

Life in Colors

Dean Criser, Featured Writer

November 30, 2017

I heard the good lord calling Like a mind bending dream You were standing there Dressed in yellow and green Light flashed off the glass Like a blast in the light Reflecting off the carousel Like a song from a kite I...


Graham Hill, Submission

October 9, 2017

May 12, 1920 Dublin The man looked in the mirror, checking his disguise. The thick jacket was uncomfortable and the hat was hideous. The Irish really had no sense of fashion, did they? No, that was Howard Osborne speaking....

Yohanis Carrera

Yohanis Carrera, Featured Artist

September 29, 2017

A gallery of artwork and photography by Spanish teacher Yohanis Carrera

Anvil: A Short Story

Parker Shaw, Featured Writer

September 29, 2017

The Kingdom of Aragon is in a time of war. This is exceptionally true for the city of Ashbourne. The Knights Of Aragon are constantly in battle. A knight who has a five year old son is preparing his armor for the battle to come. "Don't...

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