Put the Rights in LGBT+

Ali May

May 17, 2018

In a time when LGBT+ people have had the most visibility in society since Sappho of Lesbos and the two-spirits of the various Native American tribes, a world where access to information and a label designed to fit an individual i...

Surviving the Colony; A Memoir

Derikka Locke

April 2, 2018

December 12, 2049 Final entry. My overpowering regret echoes through my mind like a bullet as I sit here in this dank cave, my only shelter from the howling wind outside. This desolate cave, which very well may be the one place...

The Great Biterian Woods

Derikka Locke

March 12, 2018

Deep within the Great Biteran Woodlands, the rough forest floor lies several miles below the canopy of the towering demaria trees, cold from the lack of entry for the sun to shed its beams. The thumping of the beasts that res...


Quinton Martin

February 28, 2018

A Short from Death Himself Why do humans always hate me? Sure, I kill them, collect their souls, and pass them on… But am I to be despised for doing my own job? Let me put it to you humansthat are currently reading this ...

Miles to Go Before I Sleep

Derikka Locke

February 28, 2018

As a child, I dreamed of leaving the house, being free, not having to listen to anyone. Well, it’s not as great as the movies led you to believe. My motorcycle was running low on gas as I sped down the highway, the meter getting d...

Of Mice and Men poem

Sydney Johnson

February 23, 2018

I know my temper’s really mean, I know that that ain’t good. I hate that I’m so hard on him, if I could change I would. I tried to make it better by working on the farm. It just got even worse, I didn’...


Freshman Student

February 21, 2018

Why? As I gaze up to the sky I look at the stars and wonder, why? Why is there so much hatred and pain? After all, don’t we bleed the same? I woke up this morning, only to hear the same old news Shootings and drunken cr...

Bards & Sages