Life

When the Water Flows

by: Tom Rau Sometimes when the water flows over New Orleans it’s just a sign that everything is in…

Defiance

by: Heather Fawn An honest piece about dealing with a sometimes cruel psyche, and “going after good”…… I am…

Placebo Effect

by: Heather Fawn The craving for that elusive, and novel, feeling called happiness…. For the past 28 years of…

Darkest before the Dawn?

An angry rant, or a scientific expose of an age old cliche?  You decide….. by: Christopher Rockwell No, I…

Night Bright

by: Heather Fawn Hiding from the truth, struggling to survive, in the glare of the lights…. It’s in the…

Malarky

By: Heather Fawn Across the Holidays rolls on, with a reminder that not all Christmas’s are created equal…. I…

The Spirit of the Season

by: Genevieve Palmieri Day 4 of Across the Margin’s 12 days of holiday stories brings us into a piano…

The Rush (Of Almost)

By Chris Thompson The discipline it takes to go all the way, to have the end in sight…only to…

The Process

by: Douglas Grant Some necessary self-evaluation in the age of absorbing rapid fire camera shots from brightly lit screens…. The other…

A Soldier’s Goodbye

Across the Margin is proud to present Melanie’s McConathy’s “A Soldier’s Goodbye”… by:by: Melanie McConathy When I leave, I…