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Jan 31, 2015 by Ryan Hagerman
A bigger problem is that these blockbuster heroes are not allowed to die, and they are never in any real danger of dying. We know they will always pull through and live.
Jan 30, 2015 by Tony Ditta
FACT ALERT: Anything invisible that doesn’t seem to be trying to kill us is just one major breakthrough away from being found out as a villain.
Jan 29, 2015 by Samantha Vanderberg
What I wouldn’t give to walk the halls of Downton Abbey in the early 20th century, drink tea with Jane Austen, or ride a train down the coast of California with John Steinbeck.
Jan 28, 2015 by Bekah Williamson
“You might have heard that you should punch the shark in the nose. This is probably not a good idea…. In many situations in which...
Jan 27, 2015 by Brad Zwiers
We park up against the failing fence near the bathrooms. We get out of the car, feel our feet on ground, and keep talking. A lot has come before us here.
Jan 26, 2015 by Griffin Jackson
No life is a cliché. Ever. Because you are you and no one else—and the fact that it’s a cliché to say it doesn’t make it a cliché to live it.
Jan 25, 2015 by Greg Kim
When I wake up in the middle of the night, the first thing I do is check my legs. Often, during the night, I kick off my covers and wake up with my legs cold to the bone.
Jan 24, 2015 by Lauren Boersma
I over-share. I talk way too much about exes and bodily functions. I don’t want a world of “Laurens,” because no one would be able to finish their dinners.
Jan 23, 2015 by Michael Kelly
Thankfully, over the past five years, my attitude towards my illness has changed from constant worrying and embarrassment to sarcastic apathy about its ridiculousness.
Jan 22, 2015 by Robert Zandstra
Our conceptions of heaven are the result of accumulated literature and its interpretations. But what if one had to choose a single literary epigraph for this Great Story?
Our theme for the month of January is "epigraphs." Each writer will begin his or her post with a short selection from another text.
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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