Life

Point – Counterpoint: Terrariums

by: Chris Thompson The value of terrariums are debated in a smattering of enthusiastically disagreeable point, counterpoint… Point: Fuck your terrarium man. I mean seriously….

Pills

by: Douglas Grant Cornered by a world that provides answers to its problems in capsule form, we explore one man’s desire to relinquish a pill’s…

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 Banjo

by: Tom Rau A son’s attempt to build a bridge into the past in order to connect with his deceased father. As of now, he…

Failure To Connect

by: Heather Fawn Seemingly trapped by social media’s ceaseless lure, in an attempt to forge a connection with the “real” world….. It has been said,…

A Novel Opportunity

by: Rick Karlsruher Across the Margin welcomes a guest post from Rick Karlsruher, founder of Noveltunity, an e-book club that aims to provide an innovative…

Insufferable

By: Christopher Rockwell Dissecting the anatomy of an asshole….. “It aint the heart of a creature that is bound in the way that God has…

Dear Hannah

by: Michael Shields Some light seasonal fare: A letter from an uncle to his niece at summer camp, which possesses an urgent warning to all…

Meme Machine

by: Heather Fawn We are all drowning in a sea of memes, links, and pet pics…..and it is high-time we all learn how to swim…….

anosmia

3 of 5 (ain’t bad)

by: Chris Thompson Struggling to live in a world without flavor….. On Friday May 10th, 2013, around 6:15pm, my sense of smell and taste disappeared….

The Community Garden

by: Douglas Grant The best thirty seconds of your day…… There’s a daily ritual you have that gives you a tremendous sense of peace. It…

Losing My Religion

by: Shiloh Whatley In the name of the father, the son and the….. “My country is the world and my religion is to do good”…