No one told Liz journalism was going to be hard. It’s not until after she’s fired from her job that she comes face-to-face with a groundbreaking story, but it may be her last.
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.
I wanted to explore the little dialogues we have with ourselves when the parts of us wanting to grow up conflict with those that feel lost, scared, and alone.
These pieces explore my ideas on love, loss, and emotional validation. They’re the products of a girl who got lost inside her own head for too long.
Miracle is a sheltered town girl with plenty of smarts. Nessa is tired of being a servant in her own home. When they run away together they have to figure it all out on their own.
This piece is a series of vignettes that are able to either read as one or stand-alone. Each one carries an emotion that is specific to its content.
A Tale of Two Grandmothers By Lena DiBiasio & Hayley Altman Two grandmothers meet and form a close bond, only to discover that the nursing home they live in is…
he girls swim in the lake at summer camp. It is the only place around them that is cool.
Broken family ties and ominous crows haunt Jo as she faces the dangers of the forest.
Two girls sit at a bus stop, each wondering if the other feels the same way she does. Wondering if she could be brave enough to find out.
A heartwarming moment between a mother and daughter. Cooking pozole, a Mexican meal, and learning about their roots.
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.
Two women talk as the world comes to an end.
Emilee finally returns home to Chinatown after a long semester, welcomed by her family members who have been preparing for their restaurant’s opening. But before she even sets foot in their door, an unexpected trip happens.
A dreamlike meditation on loss and love.