Short Fiction

She Squared

Kathy Anderson

She sleeps like a dead weight now beside me, lowered into the night, the ropes of the day swaying around her. We know nothing about each other really. She does not know how often my ex-lover visits me... [+]

Poetry

Memoryial

Andrea Lemoins

In a city of black death, white memoryial cloud clopped to meet me on Broad street. The city... [+]

Creative Nonfiction

Bittersweet

Zachary Inkeles

I'm getting ready to move to a new house. I'm packing my books, art supplies, peacock collectibles, and DVDs.
 
Everything I touch is a reminder of my dear friend Pam. Most of the books are... [+]

Creative Nonfiction

A New Victory Is On the Rise

Shawn Aleong

It was about 2pm in the afternoon, and I was feeling real hungry. There was a pizza shop downtown and they have really good slices of pizza, so I went in to get a slice. The store was not really... [+]

Short Fiction

To Grandma, With Love

Loredana Truscia

In 2020, everything changed. Things changed and people changed.
 
My name is Loredana Lisa, and this is a true story. When my mom gave birth to me, she and my dad had me as their first-born... [+]

Creative Nonfiction

Open Doors

Chaz Elliott

The Eagles won the Superbowl, and I got a ring.
 
I’m 31 years old and I’ve had at least 18 jobs. I started in high school. I used to work at CVS on Stenton Avenue in Philadelphia.  I... [+]