Shreya Ganguly creates a romantic atmosphere through her fantastical imagery of magic and fairies.
In her creative non-fiction piece, Isabella Wu guides us through her journey of self-discovery and identity through sound prose and lifelike imagery.
Through episodic stanzas, Ben Allen paints a sunless portrayal of Autumn in his poem "Autumn Begins at Miller School."
Playing with the structure in her fiction piece, Sydney Heintz takes us on a journey across a time span of six decades.
In "Death of a Frying Pen," Olivia Burgess uses vivid sensory details to depict a disordered everyday falling to the "grayscale."
Cheryl Tan walks us through poignant imagery of beauty and violence in her poem, "the Thazin orchid is beautiful".
In her prose-poem "Staring Into a Multicolored Abyss," Ally Brunner uses striking imagery to explore the self.
Following a master class with Caylin Capra-Thomas, Josephine Sporte and Inseo Yang sat down to ask questions about her experience writing Iguana,
Amber Kim's emotionally riveting poems "Lady" and "Red in Harmony" differently evoke nostalgia for childhood.
Snigdha Dhameja explores the sentiments of growing to become a woman through the use of precise imagery in her poem "Womanhood."
In this creative non-fiction piece, Maddie Thompson takes the reader through prominent memories from her life, using facts about whale sharks as
Gia George incorporates a memoir-like voice into her fiction piece to create an atmosphere of poignancy for the reader.
In her piece, Haibun for Girlhood, Katie Tian employs imagery and lyricism alike to explore identity.
Avah Dodson's prose on a day-to-day routine evokes nostalgia in readers through visceral sensory details.
In this poetry collection, Willem Parker writes about the bitterness of human life and nature using powerful metaphors.
Blanka Pillár explores themes of love, loneliness, and loss in her imagery-heavy fiction piece.