Fiction

Interned

October 9, 2013 Megan Anderson

I can’t believe I’m at this desk again: this cruel, sandwich-crust-covered desk in front of the same rude screen that’s shaking ever so slightly like it’s on crack and whispering the pain of a thousand headaches to come […]

Fiction

Something Special

July 19, 2013 T. J. Robinson

Grandma can make one word a threat. I cross my arms and sit there for what feels like hours. I begin to think there won’t be any cake at all […]

Fiction

Fashion Face

June 18, 2013 Megan Anderson

Ra hadn’t the city since he’d moved to New York, but when I took him to Coney Island his eyes lit up like a child talking about birthdays. We squinted in the sun and walked up and down the boardwalk and waded in the sea with a desperate joy […]

Fiction

The Things We Learn

June 4, 2013 Katia Pase

My brother would say go for it now, but she’s got the bottle at her mouth, so instead I tell her about the time my brother was kidnapped by the next-door neighbour […]

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