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Category Archives: Friendship


By Jade Bartlett I Have Something I Want To Tell You

I want to tell you that lately, I haven’t been doing so great. I want to tell you that I exist on a spectrum of emotion (and lack thereof), and how it is constantly teeter-tottering from one extreme to the next. With me, there…



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 Christina Crowe My Best Friend Dumped Me

There comes a point in your thirties, when you look around, and your friends from your twenties are nowhere to be found. It can be especially difficult when your best friend from your twenties, the university years, the single years, who’s been with you…




By Haley Pollock I Believe Feminism Is About Sisterhood

You are my sister. If you are reading this and you identify as female, you are my sister. We might never hang out, you might be devout in your religion, or conservative at the voting booth. You might be any race, or more than…