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  • Fiction: Spillage by Izzy Burns

    Fiction: Spillage by Izzy Burns

    SPILLAGE by Izzy Burns (Trigger warning- eating disorders, mental health, depression, body image issues.) She faded away so slowly that it took a long time

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Featured Works

  • The Silent Goddess

    The Silent Goddess

    The Silent Goddess By Audrey Howitt she burns her face in black bark, etching new stories on old parchment, traces birth death in the
  • The Secret Of Mildred by Laura E. Gray

    The Secret Of Mildred by Laura E. Gray

    The Secret Of Mildred by Laura E. Grey I am sat in the kitchen waiting for Kevin to come; he’s never late. All I
  • Lakota Rose – L.G.Cullens

    Lakota Rose – L.G.Cullens

    Lakota Rose Long ago, when our dawning world first shown, the prairie’s grass and sage mantle was bleak. Mother Earth disdained her robe’s lack
  • The Scent of Ginger

    The Scent of Ginger

    by Terry Durbin “She always said this place smells of ginger,” the man in the corner booth said as the waitress set a glass
  • On Night’s Broken Stage

    On Night’s Broken Stage

    On Night’s Broken Stage By  Wesley Thomas Cutlip The dervish whirls— deserts fable over candles, atop mantle fires, wings for life. A salient moth
  • Mr Alphabet’s Pets

    Mr Alphabet’s Pets

    Mr Alphabet’s Pets an A -Z poem by Chloe Gilholy Alligators munch on broccoli behind the cabbage pack. Dark poisons in disguise; envy in
  • When Cowboys Were Kings

    When Cowboys Were Kings

    Anderson Freeman: When Cowboys Were Kings when cowboys were kings a small black rider pointed his toy pistol at a world surrogate TV fathers
  • Train Story

    Train Story

    Train Story By T.L. Murphy Frank can’t wait any longer.  He stands up and squirms past the woman with the kid without making eye
  • In Dreams Do Nightmares Come

    In Dreams Do Nightmares Come

    One morning I woke up to find I was dead all alone in my home still and stiff in my bed. How curious to
  • Anniversary

    Anniversary

    Anniversary Colin Topley Daisy pulled shut the front door of her neat little bungalow and walked down the gravel path to the road. As

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