Every new hire must don the skin of a beast and perform a violent ritual daily at this family-friendly theme park.
This microfiction charts the journey of a girl overwhelmed by expectations as wildfires rage around her.
One Girl… One Love… where did it lead her?
This poem is a classic extended metaphor and an angry feminist poem about a woman’s relationship to food and the kitchen.
My obsession with fear started with my cousin’s scary stories and turned into a competition with my brother. While convincing myself to enjoy horror, I created monsters that haunted me in the dark.
This piece was written to myself, and is a reflection of the self-hatred that I often feel as a teenage girl. It also depicts the enveloping and consuming nature of my anxiety.
A poem about witnesses who have kept their mouths shut.
This poem is a climate-change activism piece that follows mother nature’s crystalized tears as they pelt down on Earth, causing a blackout in a hospital where a guilt-ridden man awaits death.
A broken Princess discovers a power that she held in herself from the beginning… But most importantly- Who Is This Princess?
This poem is dedicated to “re-becoming” during the healing process.
Mia, a sixteen year old girl, struggles with body dysmorphia when her friends ask her to be a Disney Princess for Halloween.
The Corpse is a found poem based off of the Metamorphosis.
i am suffocated in it.
An evocative piece of flash fiction meant to draw the reader into the author’s encounter with a so-called subway creep.
We see these grand beasts working so hard trying to survive and provide for their families, but with one bullet, hunters and poachers can kill them and all of their life’s efforts.