Category Archives: Spring 2013 Edition

It Will Be All Right

by Melissa Esposito For Cassidy “Are you feeling any better?” I ask Hannah, handing her a mug of hot chocolate. “I guess,” she shrugs. “Do you want to talk about…

Dear Mr. Forsythe

By Meaghan Clohessy I remember when Josh left. I don’t remember the day, but days are insignificant. Students miss days, weeks. Nobody lives at the Forsythe Center of Martial Arts….

Excerpt: Pygmalion

by Jayelle Cumberledge  “Do you ever feel lonely?” Tam asked, tracing the line on his chest where peachy, freckled flesh became a dark, olive brown. His patchwork skin had once…

Excerpt: Devil’s Crosses

by Jayelle Cumblerledge August 9th, 1994 Somewhere East of Charleston, West Virginia The bark of the tree was poking the softer tissue of Lydia’s ass, but all she could do…

High

By Onastasia Youssef It wasn’t hard to tell she was on drugs. “Can I help you?” I said. Her eyes were big and round. Any second they might fall out…

Fiction

Storytelling is inescapable; it is our mode of daily communication. Stories take place between novel pages, in lines at the Giant Eagle, over the dinner table, in rebloggable tumblr posts….