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The Maverick

by: JL Shockey “I get up and look to see how much of myself I left on the ground. There’s a portrait made up of my…

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The Kentucky Story

by: Darick Taylor1 Life flows in and out a domestic violence shelter like the taking of a breath, but sometimes, you hold onto that breath…

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Three Poems by Lynn McGee

by: Lynn McGee For Lynn McGee, reading and writing poetry is essentially about human connection. Her work is a bridge for the reader, allowing us…

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The Cool Kids

by: Grete Howland “To truly accept people of this age as fully human is to unlock a treasure chest that’s been hiding in plain sight.”…

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Two Poems by Michael Vagnetti

Words and photograph by: Michael Vagnetti Michael Vagnetti’s poetry tunes the reader’s ear and flexes the reader’s eye with rhythms and imagery that demand a…

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Instagram on Acid

by: R.E Hengsterman The undeniable lure of an imaginary world, and the consequences awaiting in the real one… To be honest, I don’t know what is…

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The Parnhash Manifesto

by: Chris Carr “To benefit from violent or horrible acts is equivalent to being a proponent or advocate.” Author Note: The following was written as…

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Crooked Lines

by: Allie Burke “There is so much to do on this earth and our lives are so short. Just die now if you don’t leave…