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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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DOOR 29

Branford Walker takes his reader’s on a journey they won’t forget. Cheese.

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Foreign Policy

Dante Yardas lays down the law in Foreign Policy.

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Home

Frida Gurewitz longs for the city in her short story, Home.

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It’s for You

Dante Yardas won’t answer your phone calls for you.

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Heavy Snow

Dante Yardas expects heavy, heavy snows.

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I Hate Flies

Dante Yardas’ protagonist has a fly problem.

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Pensioner Eaten By Rescued Strays

In this dark satire by Isaac Dwyer, Old Lucy Hatchett suffers a chain of events leading to her consumption by her pet pit bull puppies.

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