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Right now, I know, having been where you are, grief is your largest organ. Every centimeter from your scalp to your toes feels scalded, disfigured for life. But I hope...

On the night when the pale Moon with its roundness appeared outside my window, I regarded it carefully. Like it was a leech feeding on my thoughts. The knife that I had...

In only a matter of weeks, some of the biggest names in YA will be gathering for the annual Ontario Teen Book Fest. Authors...

Are galaxies living beings? Do they move slowly like sea slugs, oceans of stars clumped together in soft airy mists? Do planets dance with one another,...

I could feel how nervous he was, standing next to me, trying to figure out why I refused to talk to him. He took...

Welcome, Germies, to this month's writing challenge! This challenge will begin today and will end February 28th. However, you are welcome to come back anytime...

The following is a featured 100-word story from the December Writing Challenge.   There was a ghost in the kitchen. This ghost was a worn, broken...

The following is a featured 100-word story from the December Writing Challenge.   It must have been coincidence that whenever they visited, it rained. And just...

The following is a featured 100-word story from the December Writing Challenge.   The snow began to fall as the trees went dormant for the winter....

The following is a featured 100-word story from the December Writing Challenge.   The flickering Christmas lights above the cashier are mocking. She stands, digging into...