Letter From the Editor

Letter From the Editor

“Well, I know now. I know a little more how much a simple thing like a snowfall can mean to a person”–Sylvia Plath It’s amazing to think of how the small things add up to so much. An unexpected text message or meeting can lead to a beautiful afternoon with an old friend. Nearly a […]

Years Like Snow by Voima Oy

Years Like Snow by Voima Oy

Yes, it was true, such places existed, these hidden mansions. Only the very rich could afford to live like this. Once again, Daniel checked the address. Albion Street. This must be the place. It was a grey stone building on a quiet street in the heart of the city. Behind the iron gate, he could […]

On Imaginary Friends & Enemies by Megan Bronson

On Imaginary Friends & Enemies by Megan Bronson

Liana says she daydreams in these kinda idealistic fantasies where she is elected to represent all humans and go speak to aliens on our behalf. She imagines telling them of our world and sharing the secrets of humanity and the universe. She tells me this as a daydreaming scientist after tilting her pub glass of […]

Continental Drift by Austin Eichelberger

Continental Drift by Austin Eichelberger

Greg is gone—the bright-eyed young man who in her mind is still skinning his knees and getting vexed when other kids don’t get along, the one who has decided in his second year of college to specialize in veteran medical care and who wants to explore other sides of the world, do things like climb […]

The Puzzle of Utopia House by Susan Comford

The Puzzle of Utopia House by Susan Comford

Marty frowned, shook his head and mumbled under his breath, “Here they come again!”Sandra and Jack stumbled into the Utopia House Booking Agency, shaking snow from their upper bodies. These bodies were none-too-well covered in either flesh or clothing and their flimsy shoes made wet footprints across the floor. “Here we are again,” Sandra lisped […]