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Devil’s Den

by Sloan Davis   My father sat in the backseat as if I was his own private chauffeur. His White...

The Not-So-Gentle Giant

by Briann Piguet   Anxiety. It is overwhelming and powerful and all-knowing. Omniscient. It is the fear of the unknown,...

The Death of the Statue of David

by John David Ira   Adonis is the only other name I would take at this point. At the hands...

No Fear

by Jessica Hulsey   The wailing of sirens is etched into my brain, throbbing and gnawing away. I feel like...

The Rut

by Trent Gleason   “I love you so much, Cal,” Donna said, leaning in closer to me. “I always have…and...

Hard-boiled Choices

  by Devin Evans   The light reflected off the glossy exterior of the large menu. His eyes scanned over...

The Truth Behind True Love

By Sydney Pittsinger   We spoke in song titles, communicated via marker and mirror, and encouraged each silly aspiration. He...

This Is Our Fault

By John David Ira   The fact that I can scroll through the news every day and be all but...

Hey, Dad

By Troy McCloughan   I drive west on I-90 in western New York. I turn off the music, a firm...

This I Believe

By Sarah Collier   I’m four; I believe there’s a monster under my bed who will surely eat me if...

Winnie

By Jessica Anderson   Winnie’s nose burned even before the door was opened. Her eyes and throat stung from the...

The Great Escape

By Tiffany McGouran   We stood in front of the locked back door, looking out its window at the inky...