T.E. Cowell

Sick

“We rarely talk during the week. The week is something we try to endure alone, for better or worse.”…

My Brothers and I

A short story about adolescence, where a clever scheme is hatched in order to thwart the will of those who…

Story Time

“He was more comfortable alone than with others, and since writing was a mostly solitary act, it fit him…

Stuck in the Muck

A short story that acts a reminder that what goes around, comes around… by: T.E. Cowell On James’s first…

Plans

“Nothing was ever lost, I thought. The past is in all of us, all of the time.” A deeply stirring…

Back In America

A reflective work of nonfiction that muses about political apathy, while contemplating if mass protests can influence actual change……

Under Pressure

A short story where the acutely relatable goal of wanting to impress your parents unravels in dramatic fashion… by:…

Grandpa

by: T.E. Cowell “For all he knows he’ll never die. That’s exactly how I felt when I was his…

Oysters

Oysters

by: T.E. Cowell “Jim felt like he was back in his twenties, young and reckless, full of raw emotion….

Limitations

Limitations

by: T.E. Cowell1 The chance for a new life, of comradeship, and of mental and physical well-being — a short…

The Cane

The Cane

by: T.E. Cowell A work of fiction that revels not in the view from the top, but in the…