Germ Magazine guest author

Germ Magazine guest author
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… is a contributing guest author for Germ, which means the following criteria (and then some) have been met: possessor of a fresh, original voice; creator of fresh, original content; genius storyteller; superlative speller; fantastic dancer; expert joke teller; handy with a toolbox; brilliant at parties; loves us as much as we love them.
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My name is Neha Agarwal, and I am from Littleton, Massachusetts. I am known for being an avid reader, so it is not surprising...

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1. On the days where you feel more victim than survivor, remember that this was not your fault. There is no blueprint for dealing with trauma, so know that...

These entries from May's challenge were selected as Honorable Mentions. Those who completed this challenge are now encouraged to share their stories in...

I cannot fathom how long I have been Asleep Asleep but I was Awake Deaf but I can hear Blind but I can see, see only the colors Of shadow and...

Beth waited until she could hear her mother sleeping, softly snoring on the other side of the wall. She sat up, fluidly, and slipped...

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Filmed by Ali Bibbo & Sarah Megyesy. Edited by Sarah Megyesy.       Megan Falley is the queer femme author of two full-length collections of poetry on Write Bloody Publishing. Her chapbook, Bad Girls, Honey (Poems About Lana...

calm peaceful slowly drifting tossed turned violent thrashing day bright sun shine night dark moon stars different together many one       Abigayle is a sophomore at Satellite High School, Florida, who loves Jesus, her family, soccer, and her dog. She loves to read and can...

Your love took me by storm Like a hurricane Wrecking everything In its way It did not brew It took me by surprise When I was slowly falling asleep And then...

I looked at my hands Wondering, asking Was my grip not strong enough Or was it too tight You were like drops of rain Too many to catch Too hard...

Veera was a good girl. She always tried to do her best. We grew up like sisters, our hands and hearts intertwined, forever refusing to...