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Category Archives: Fiction


By Jenny Prior Short Fiction Series: Workspouse

Workspouse: A relatable story about the curious, complex nature of relationships we can’t necessarily categorize yet sometimes encounter in our work lives.   Jake was a sleaze. Many colleagues liked to remind Flora of this fact. Like Claire from Stakeholder Relations, who kept trying to…


By Fatima Syed Summer Fiction Reading Series: The Great Escape

Isabella Isabella wrote for many reasons. She wrote to express the many words inside of her, the ones which only made sense on paper. She wrote to fill the monotony of her afternoons at the park. But mainly, Isabella wrote to escape. Life had…


By Shannon Page Summer Fiction Reading Series: First Kiss

We were lying on the floor of Anna’s bedroom in the old house off of Hamilton Avenue. It must  have been sometime in August because I remember the carpet was rough and painful against my sunburnt arms. “Joey kissed me,” Anna said. Her room…



By Katherine Luczynski Summer Fiction Reading Series: SAM

“Hi, welcome to Colossus Theatre. Would you like to try one of our combos?” I say, robotically. The girl on the other side of the counter twirls a lock of blonde hair around her index finger, pops her bubble gum, and says something that…



By Mandy Nyoni Summer Fiction Reading Series: Letti

I was that girl who was always planning something. Always reading, learning and discovering. Boyfriends came and left and girlfriends couldn’t stand my over ambitious personality. While others abused alcohol, drugs and indulged in unprotected sex, I was at the library, the museum, or…



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