thirty under thirty, post-diploma
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Apr 20, 2015 by Gabe Gunnink
Five miles. I’m finally loosening up and integrating the constant blare of spectators into my normal state of existence. I stay calm and don’t mind people passing me.
Apr 19, 2015 by Mary Margaret Healy
I suppose it was not until I drove it home, filled it with water and plant food, and plugged it in that I realized how far in over my head I truly was.
Apr 18, 2015 by Matt & Laura Hubers
A car and a job, all in a couple of days. Seven o’clock—time to get up. Laura came bounding into the room. And that was when I found out I was going to be a father.
Apr 17, 2015 by Geneva Langeland
For yours truly, however, mid-April means “I-only-have-three-days-of-classes-left-and-HOW-many-papers-are-due-on-Friday?”
Apr 16, 2015 by Andrew Knot
It was early Saturday evening, and I’d slipped in the door of my local Billa—short for Billiger Laden, or Cheap Shop—ten minutes before closing.
Apr 15, 2015 by Cassie Westrate
But, five years later, it’s enough. It’s enough for me get over my insecurities and care about someone. Someones. The someones I grew up with.
Apr 14, 2015 by Will Montei
Take a breast. Its nipple is sore from just feeding the baby—who gummed it like she was trying to rip it off—now slumped against the belly, a limp part of a limp, tired body.
Apr 13, 2015 by Catherine Kramer
It has even worked its way into my eating habits. That sandwich is the best on the menu, you say? The one with a lot of things on it, yeah? Okay I’ll pass.
Apr 12, 2015 by Abby Zwart
There is one space that makes me nervous. It’s not a space we hear a lot about or a space we have pictures of. I can’t rearrange it or make sure it’s painted my favorite colors.
Apr 11, 2015 by Elaine Schnabel
I found that women expect themselves and other women to be servants in the church and often that expectation is tied to their femininity.
Contributor Bethany Tap was recently published in Sleet Magazine. You can read her short story here.
Contributor Jacob Schepers has just published his first book of poetry, A Bundle of Careful Compromises, available on Amazon.
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