Stella Pfahler’s poem paints the view of traffic, dust, and country landscapes outside a car window.
Grace Vedock explores the conflicting drive of creative passion and its often exhausting nature in this piece.
Lisa Zou uses the powerful metaphor of animals in the wild to make a powerful statement about violence in today’s culture.
Stephanie Bennett expresses nostalgia as she takes us on a journey around houses decaying under heat.
Sophie Coats explores the intimacy of music and family memories in her poem, “I’ll Sing to Both”.
Zahava Lior’s poetry takes us through the memories of a blurred childhood and the Modern Museum of Art, making us re-think our definition of truth and art.
Emily Boyle uses her thick and cunning diction to enhance her unique and vivid imagery of a twisted relationship in her poem Caribou.
Soren Gran makes the distinct connection between the fight for freedom in 1776 to the fight for freedom in the modern world in his poem, “A Tale of Two Countries.”
Take a look into Tara Brooke’s brain and view her tired thoughts in her poem “4AM; The Wall a Headrest.”
In her winning piece for Parallax’s Horror Contest, Eleonora Beran-Jahn takes us into the world of a mysterious small town where the night brings more than just the moon out. Also congratulations to Hannah Hardy whose art won first place in the Visual Art – Parallax Halloween Horror Contest.