In “Piano Player Fingers”, Yong-Yu Huang evocatively captures the dynamics of sibling and family relationships.
In her piece, Avalon Felice Lee takes you through a funky and absurd adventure into the Galapagos that contains strange bird-like characters who fight in a wacky wilderness.
In her piece, “The Lady Downstairs”, Kanchan Naik unfolds the haunted side of family heritage in a busy city life full of twist’s, turns, and death.
In her piece, “The Symbolism behind Driving into an Underpass on the Garden State Parkway”, Zoha Arif beautifully captures an eccentric character’s relationship to love and nature.
Hewson Duffy showcases the atmosphere that a senior in high school experiences through his humorous yet suspenseful piece, “Chance Block.”
Krystal Yang in this piece explores the voice of queer Chinese-Americans and how cultural influences can shape a person.
Jieyan Wang explores themes of childhood poverty in her short fiction piece, “Grow a House.”
Mina Kim explores the intensity and emotional turmoil that romantic relationships can bring in “Revitalized.”
In “Rivers in Her Hands” Viviana Wei explores a mother’s dedication to her daughter, and her daughter’s growth.
Tilt explores a taboo subject seen through the eyes of a small boy. Ashira Shirali uses a childlike voice to depict the hard realism within the piece.