Life

Eating From the Grey

by: Tom Rau Ruminating over a visceral self-destructive nature to combat a salutary idea, to push when one should pull…. I’m in love with an…

Dear Twitter…

by: Chris Thompson A handwritten letter to all the twitter followers of Across the Margin (who we are thankful for)……

Biohazard

by: Heather Fawn An independent soul deliberates the standard long term solution…. At some point, it’s just out of control. When biology is screaming in…

Just Say Yes

By: Heather Fawn A  frustrating search for the elusive, unsolicited, enthusiastic “YES”…… There is no neutrality in sex. Sex is the question to which the…

Superheroes

by: Tom Rau Who are the real superheroes in life? I’m currently packing for a weekend trip to the wonderful beaches of Ocean City, Maryland…

Nighthawk

by: Chris Thompson From the shadows of the night an insomniac looks to the light… “When you have insomnia, you’re never really asleep, and you’re…

What’s It Going To Take

by: Heather Fawn At some point on October 2, 2010, my hopes, dreams, and ambitions were quietly discarded at the international date line. I slept…

The Case For Bath Salts

by: Christopher Rockwell A guest contributor’s bold, unique, and humorous stance on a potentially dangerous narcotic… The thing is I have always been first in…

I, Therapist

by: Douglas Grant The bartender – patient relationship examined…. I’ve been a bartender for quite a few years now, and to this day it never…

A Letter to Dad

by: Tom Rau This is a letter I wrote to my dad almost 25 years after his passing. It was originally posted on an old…