Talking to inanimate objects is something that Stephanie Guo, the marzipan-loving flute-player, understands.
Amalia Bowen-Sicalides’s poem “Apocalypse” deals with an apocalypse of the heart.
Dante Yardas´s poem, a winner in the Parallax-Online Apocalypse Writing Contest, takes us to the depths of the apocalypse.
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.
This flash fiction piece written by Anna Mayer, winner of the Short Shorts Contest, pinpoints the irony of what we hold as historical artifact.
Luis Bermudez Ham, of Mexico, examines what it’s like to lose a sense of home. He also likes turtles.
Rebecca Qian, of the International School of Beijing, writes about her emotions behind a biological necessity – food.
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.
Hailey Desprez, of Orange County High School of the Arts, where she studies theatre, shares with us a ballad of the woodlands.
Blood and love mingle unpleasantly in this poem by Ruth Ruiz.