For class, I had the task of writing a monologue. But as an avid horror fan, I went off the rails. That’s how sororicide happened. Writing horror serves as an outlet for me, to create a world where this fictional horror is the only scary thing in the world.
In a dream, the main character explores the areas of his life that make him feel free, and he must reconcile the fragility of freedom.
Love can be passionate, but it can also be destructive. The flames of this particular love burn out on the battlefield.
This story highlights the positive and negative impacts of gene editing tools on a person’s health and personality with the use of time travel and fantasy character, the Immortal Wish Maker.
She’s finally ready to explore the physical world for the first time, but something is missing and it’s the final piece to reconcile her two metaphysical worlds.
In heaven, two virtues think about what the future holds for them both.
Finding yourself waiting for your Hogwarts letter to arrive? Poppy is here to tell you all about her muggle problems!
The leader of an ancient tribe, tired of her war-ridden world, ignores the battle that looms behind her. But the death of her lover forces her to commit one final flight for peace.
People tell me I can’t bring my objects to the grave with me. I wanted to play around with this idea of permanence in my piece. This flash fiction explores what happens when we can.
The Princess of New York City struggles to literally find her voice and come into her inheritance—a stutter, and the power to speak.
A little girl goes on a journey through a floating kingdom to seek out a magical fox in order to satiate her endless desire for companionship.
I wrote this piece on 2020: the events that occurred then, and how it might affect people in the future. I encourage everyone to look forward—be strong, be brave, and stay safe.
The Man By Lauren Weisberg As college draws nearer, Nora’s recurring nightmares begin to catch up with her real life anxieties. As Nora sat down at the dinner table, she…
We wrote stories based on old nursery rhymes, giving them a new twist. Ivy’s story “Where Are the Children?” is a reimagining of “The Pied Piper of Hamelin,” which Kathleen has illustrated.
Fernando is walking down the street one day when he thinks he hears two birds talking to him…