End of the Line

By: Adam Sutton I wanted to write more, but I couldn’t motivate myself, or I didn’t have the confidence or something.  Then, 11 months ago, I decided I’d try to create a community of writers devoted to people speaking honestly and openly about their interests.  My goal was to find 30 people to join me … Continue reading End of the Line

Mothering Boys

By: Stephanie Rice Catherine of Aragon. The Infanta. Daughter of Spanish Queen Isabella, one of the most ruthless crusaders of all time, founder of the Spanish Inquisition. Catherine was betrothed as a child to one future king of England, only for him to die leaving her fate to marry another, King Henry the VIII. In … Continue reading Mothering Boys

The Necklace

By: C.M. Stephens I lost a necklace. It just disappeared. And it wasn’t just any necklace, it was a present from my sister-in-law. This necklace had tiny pink opal beads linked together in the shape of a y. It was wearable with almost anything, especially my drab black and white wardrobe that hasn’t changed since … Continue reading The Necklace


By: H.A. Spinelli “...so I won’t be able to attend today’s meeting. I’ll get the notes from someone tomorrow.” My department chair gave me a puzzled look. I am a teacher who always attends meetings. I am always early, or at the very least, on time. I rarelymiss meetings or make plans on days when … Continue reading Epiphany

You are Not Alone

By: Prianca Naik Twenty years ago, we begged my grandmother to live with us in our home in Western New York.  She was adamant about returning to her two bedroom flat in Pune, India.  There she had a couple of live in maids and neighbors one wall over.  Here, in the United States, the houses … Continue reading You are Not Alone