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Chances Are

by: Eduardo Cordeiro A potent op-ed concerning the treatment of immigrants in the United States by Eduardo Cordeiro, the author of The Rapist, The Terrorist,…

Reflections

by: Ashton Noone Like mirror images, two friends lives dance in unison until a healthy devotion to sameness morphs into a perilous infatuation… The first…

You Are Fine

by: Yen Ha 1 “I keep a chorus of women nearby. They chant in my ear and sing in my mind. We lift each other up! We soar,…

Three Poems by Tomo Williams

by: Tomo Williams Tomo Williams’ exploration of the musical potential of language in these poems lights a fuse that sends them exploding off the page…

A Taste Of Wool

by: Sarah Fader A whimsical work of fiction with a surprise twist, that revels in the joy of dancing to the beat of one’s own drum……

The Pretender

by: Laurence Sullivan1 A work of historical fiction that pits a family against itself and where loyalties are unceasingly tested… I‘d never realized the destructive…

Three Poems by Hugo Simões

by: Hugo Simões Hugo Simões’ poems ask the reader to (re)invest our deepest level of attention to our lived, sensual experience so that we too can…

Felicity’s First

by: John S Alty A short story that acts as a warning that you never know where, or within whom, evil lurks… A nurse led…

Hollow Bodies

by: Lucy Gardner1 “I imagine their bodies are hollow like the look in their eyes, lifeless forms drifting through town.” A short story that uncovers…