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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?
Jan 21, 2015 by Andrew Orlebeke
Life no longer is about filing papers or planning for the future or buying groceries; it’s about going on quests and drinking with travelers in taverns and trading stories around a fire.
Jan 20, 2015 by Gabe Gunnink
“Student death” is an e-mail subject line a teacher never wants to read. Yet, this past Friday morning I opened my internet browser to find these words neatly bolded atop my inbox.
Jan 19, 2015 by Mary Margaret Healy
What am I doing here, I ask myself in a moment of vulnerability. (I made a deal with myself months ago that I would stop asking that question.)
Jan 18, 2015 by Matt & Laura Hubers
She asked me on the first date. I wasn’t exactly smart enough to know it was a date. We had agreed to go swing dancing downtown with some of her friends.
Jan 17, 2015 by Geneva Langeland
Layers of irony form the crux of Dear White People’s satirical message: racism hounds us across generations, cultures, educational levels, socio-economic strata, and skin pigments.
Jan 16, 2015 by Andrew Knot
His mental mapping is different. This is why he can tell you that October 26, 1955 was a Wednesday but he can’t tell you the name of his math teacher.
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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