Lit

i. Sunlight reflecting off the shattered glass on the boy’s blue duvet blindingly attacks pale walls where laughter once resonated between. ii. A broken trophy case tasting more...

In the midst of long distance and confessionals with the moon, (to my heart) a star asks: “when did you stop believing in yourself?”        

Sleepless nights, and stoplights, and sunburned exhaustion. You make me want to wake up, even when I’m so tired I can’t see straight. My heart broke...

fairy lights and books surround me a comforting darkness a sanctuary for my thoughts, awful singing and sketches clothes on the floor music in the background words on pages trying to...

This past month, I had the honor of interviewing author Brenda Rufener, author of the new, groundbreaking YA novel Where I Live. Her writing is...

Welcome, Germies, to this month's writing challenge! This challenge will begin today and will end April 30th. However, you are welcome to come back anytime...

This story is one of the February Writing Challenge entries chosen to be a featured story. . The void inside me peels open. I feel it...

This story is one of the February Writing Challenge entries chosen to be a featured story. . I fold in upon myself, A closed book no longer...

This story is one of the February Writing Challenge entries chosen to be a featured story. . I shift closer towards him— the leather of the...

This story is one of the February Writing Challenge entries chosen to be a featured story. . The night is young, as the moon is full...