Heather Fawn

Unsustainable Children

by: Heather Fawn When child care facilities are run like a business first and care service second, it’s our most precious commodity, our children, who suffer most…….

Bullshit

by: Heather Fawn The new American Dream, and the fallacy of “choice”… The year is 2016, and there is a new American Dream. While we…

Everyone is Right

by: Heather Fawn Truth is relative, not because facts aren’t real, but because sometimes facts don’t matter…. Sometimes, when I’m staring into the deep, dark…

1,000 Words or Less

Illustration by: Chris Thompson Words by: Heather Fawn, Chris Campanioni, Jonathan Marcantoni, Chris Thompson, & Michael Shields A challenge from an artist to create a story, one…

Body In Motion

by: Heather Fawn A wounded bird, trying exhaustedly to fly….. The counselor with the unplaceable accent peered at me from behind a survey on my…

Rebellion

by: Heather Fawn Attempting to defy a perilous reality by impetuously hanging onto the possibility of hope….. I remember the day that you shot me. We were…

The First Line

A collection of authors share amongst themselves a first line. Where the story wanders however, is entirely up to them…. Contents The Devil’s Fingers by…

Landlocked

by: Heather Fawn An honest take on a life thronged by self-imposed isolation…. I live a life that is not for the faint of heart….

The Problem with Goodbyes

by: Heather Fawn Coming to terms with goodbyes, in a world that often rips and tears relentlessly….. You know I am broken, Like he said…