By Shelley Debartolo Campos
Ezekiel kidnaps people for money. Haru works tirelessly to support herself and her family.
One night Haru has to transfer money to her mom at a bank, but she gets lost and meets Ezekiel who’s running away from the police. He puts a knife to her throat.
Tortured Dreams is a story of crime and love, as Haru and Ezekiel face danger, murder, theft and an unlikely romance. Continue reading Tortured Dreams Pt 1
By Katherine Hunt
The dust had accumulated in a thin layer on top. It managed to slip through the cracks, the pores of the cardboard. I didn’t like the stuffiness. That added with the dark made an unbearable atmosphere. It made me unbelievably hopeful when the door opened, giving me slivers of light in my box. Continue reading A Shoe’s Journey
By Abigail Marshall
A short story based on January’s writing prompt: “You’ve been assigned to write an essay on what superpower you would want and why by your teacher. The day after you hand it in, you wake up with the exact power you described. What do you do with it?” Continue reading January Writing Prompt – The Essay
By Christina Dinh
I’m in a slump, an extremely long slump. I find myself longing for a past version of myself that had the motivation and inspiration to regularly write. It’s like I have a creative block I can’t get over. I’ve rewritten this article 3 times and I’m ready to give up. Resign to a life of nothingness, void of creativity. Yet, here I am, still trying to write this stupid article. Continue reading “An Extremely Long Slump”