Sometimes, we as people become so consumed in the mundane tasks of life that we forget to notice the small beautiful things that constantly surround us.
On the Other Side of Everything: The Girls Write Now 2023 Anthology
Nadia’s set to take over the throne her father’s prepared her for her entire life. But what if everything she thought she knew, including who she is, was a lie?
a poem revealing the hidden realities and anguished cries of eye bags.
I attended a program over the summer and met people from all over the world. They showed me what genuine and crazy friendship looked like and I continue to miss all of who they were.
A short story discussing the traps of solitude and the desire to read.
This is a story about two long-distance sisters. One struggling with anxiety, and one who desperately wants to help but doesn’t know how.
In a WW1 foxhole, Felix, a German soldier, has survived brutal hand-to-hand combat with Nikolai, who carries letters and photos from his wife Svetlana. What happens when Felix assumes Nikolai’s identity…and writes back?
Cooking a delicious feast or tasty meal for one is a skill, art, and process with a priceless reward: a full belly!
Miriam’s manor is a living, breathing entity. It tore her family apart once. Now it’s coming back to finish the job. And this time, it wants her.
As an immigrant, you automatically have two homes, or maybe one home and a house. Either way, the question “where do I find my place and comfort within these homes” seems to never end.
Like most stories about friendship, this one does not involve whale bones.
Best friends for 16 years, enemies for one. Now they’re stuck in a supply closet. What could go wrong? Oh, and one of them is claustrophobic.
Your fingerprints are engraved in my soul. This is a letter dedicated to you, my dearest friend.
My parents and I share a special relationship and find comfort in having insightful talks daily. This piece is crafted based on a reflection to their answers on one of my favorite questions!
Someone once told me they saw me looking out a window and there was a lot going on inside. The floor was made of clouds and I was scared to jump.