Lit

This story is one of the February Writing Challenge entries chosen to be a featured story. . In the back of an art museum, hanging lopsided...

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

“I’m okay.” I never thought the words I absolutely hate the most would be coming out of my mouth. They sound so helpless to me,...

The following scene is an excerpt from the play Lost and Found by Alyssa Ahle. UNREQUITED LOVE: A young woman who carts around her old crushes...

I awake in tears, crying for the things I want to do for you. Crying for those things I cannot do for you. My flaws more evident this morning than...

The year cancer floods my grandfather’s lungs I unspool myself on the dinner table and let my body decay in the open air I wring my hands...

Our street, Milwaukee Avenue, a place of happy couples. Everyone here is with someone else. Young men wearing bright colorful beanies laugh while strolling...

In my dream she is a baby still, cradled in my arms, sheltered from any harm that might come her way. As I hold her, she looks up at me, and...

“Everything that drowns me makes me wanna fly” – Counting Stars, One Republic Every day, when I go to school, I button my father’s plaid...

January 27 was the five year anniversary of the first poem I ever wrote you.  So, basically, my love for you could have raised a kindergartener...