Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Fiction

Lemon Steam by Sequoia Hack - Photo by Emanuelle Sippy

Lemon Steam

Sometimes our loved ones live on through their recipes even after they've passed on...
Room 11 by Lila Singer - Photo by Elise Anstey

Room 11

Backpacking the Appalachian Trail is no easy feat, especially when danger lurks in every corner...

Tunnel Vision

Staying focused during a football game can be difficult when your crush is on the opposing team...
Sunny Day by Caroline Mayer – Photo by Alex Garrow

Sunny Day

You can almost smell the ocean through the words that describe this day at the beach.
Bircktown by Anonymous - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Bricktown

Does growing old mean giving up and enduring the painful aspects of life as we near the end?
Cyclical Life by Nourya Cohen - Photo by Alex Garrow

A Cyclical Life

A life tormented by addiction and abuse becomes a never-ending nightmare she hopes to wake up from...
Falllen Angel: Hannah Senesh by Talia Caine - Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

Fallen Angel: Hannah Senesh

75 years after she was killed, Hannah Senesh's poems and heroic journey lives on in this powerful tale of the life she gave to fight the Nazis.
Visits by Emily Bebenek

Visits

This story examines how aging affects our memories, which become more and more precious to cherish and keep alive.
Devastation by Alex Garrow

Trudie’s Goose

A Holocaust story told through the eyes of a young Jewish girl in Nazi-controlled Poland.
Cold Air by Sophie Soloway - Photo by Liora Meyer

Cold Air

*Please Note: This piece contains strong language and references to substance abuse, self harm, and suicidal thoughts.* What does it feel like to be consumed by thoughts of self harm and killing oneself?

The Black Songbird

*Please Note: This piece contains content about suicide.* After her brother’s suicide, Ophelia contemplates what it means to take your own life and who is accountable.

A Day to Remember

At any moment, life can take a drastic turn. Finding ways to keep your happy memories alive is the key to getting through it.

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