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Traveller

Caitlin Plathe takes us on a lonely journey on the road.

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The Shanghai Excursion

Stephanie Guo, the marzipan-loving flute player, takes us on a trip through a Shanghai market.

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Ekphrasis (The Portrait)

Talking to inanimate objects is something that Stephanie Guo, the marzipan-loving flute-player, understands.

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Apocalypse

Amalia Bowen-Sicalides’s poem “Apocalypse” deals with an apocalypse of the heart.

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D Minus 39

Dante Yardas´s poem, a winner in the Parallax-Online Apocalypse Writing Contest, takes us to the depths of the apocalypse.

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He Who is Birthed from Suicide’s Loins

Devin Debowski, a 17-year-old studying 3-D art at Idyllwild Arts Academy, delves into the dark with this collection of vignettes, poems, and items.

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The Rebellion

This flash fiction piece written by Anna Mayer, winner of the Short Shorts Contest, pinpoints the irony of what we hold as historical artifact.

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No Place Like Home

Luis Bermudez Ham, of Mexico, examines what it’s like to lose a sense of home. He also likes turtles.

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Culinary Arts & the Cost of Creativity

Rebecca Qian, of the International School of Beijing, writes about her emotions behind a biological necessity – food.

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Boyd Fortin

Tabriz Mohsenin, a Senior from Woodside, CA, tells the story of a boy who kills rattlesnakes and vehemently unearths fate. She plans on pursuing her love of experimental films, integrating visual art and writing.

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