With sharp and memorable use of imagery, Miye Sugino masterfully explores the theme of family, memory, and language in her beautiful creative non-fiction piece, “Wong Halmoni.”
With inventive storytelling and concise language, Miye Sugino’s non-fiction piece, “Kido” is poetic and moving.
Min Lee tugs at your heartstrings in this creative non-fiction piece which takes the reader through the journey of a tiger’s life and death.
Grace Hur illustrates the journey towards finding the hidden beauty of emptiness in her powerful and thought-provoking nonfiction piece, “declutter.”
In her piece “Barefoot,” Kanchan Naik shares the sentimental experiences of she and her grandmother in India.
The “Perfect Case of OCD” is based on the personal troubles Lily Oldershaw faced while growing up with Obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Zoya Yan explores a fast paced narrative of her mother’s immigration, and sheds light upon what it’s like as a working immigrant in a largely populated city.
Sara Jhong warns against the use of standardized test results and other “numbers” as a way of measuring students’ success in “Not Your Numbers.”
Margaret Madole illustrates the struggle of helping friends with mental illnesses survive another day in “Scars.”
Ana Garcia explores the desperation of writer’s block in her beautiful and comical Non-fiction piece, “Oh Writers, Writers.”