Olivia Hu

Olivia Hu
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Olivia Hu is fifteen years old, is a lover of cats, and weaves words on her loom. She is forthcoming on Eunoia Review, Brouhaha Magazine, and Cyberriot, among others, and she recently won a national Canadian writing competition in the prose category. She also writes for HerCulture’s magazine and blog. You can find her wandering the café-scented streets of downtown dreamy-eyed or finding solace in her safe haven, a bookstore.

the fog is spitting straws of sunlight, the edges crisp like blades. sister’s hair is bouncing like waves as you run down the dock, the board swerving like...

last summer, sunlight spilled through window panes and formed two shadows of us,  the outlines smoothing like butter. i let the warmth of the streaks fill you before...

The sun is dim and the sky a painted canvas of mellow indigo. There are no stars in the night, only blobs of missed paint, flaws. The...

mama brings home the baby, doesn't sing any songs to it. instead she is a lullaby of sighs, eyes tinged with water clear like diamonds. she says the baby's...

she is touching the keys of the piano like a long-lost lover, kneading edges soft and strong, skin raw from love and lust. she cradles every note like...