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Coroner’s Log

by Isadora H. Petrovsky Coroner’s Log  Data Base DX4T* Last Date Accessed Year 4000 A.E.D. (After Earth’s Death) Log Sorted by Most Recently Viewed I. Dread Pirate Captain Cavira Born 3025 A.E.D. – Presumed Dead 3070 A.E.D. Last Seen in the Galatex […]

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Landlocked

by Kylie Brown When we were all brought home, that mid-March day that turned into April that turned into May, it seemed like reunion amongst the madness. The best of friends, never together for more than a few odd weeks at a […]

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The Hotel Room

by Isadora H. Petrovsky Open window casts pale light on a stark white bed Pickled with lint and fabric excess from a too soft scarf I sit by said window Drinking in clouded skies And gray brown landscapes The visage is cold, […]

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It’s All About Connections

by Kylie Brown My mom teaches seventh grade reading. She guides her students to make connections, instructing them to pay close attention as they read, so as to hone in on important links hidden in the text. When I was a little […]

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Disconnected

by Kylie Brown Disconnection is sudden Night setting in and your tent looks like a bear toy forceful A dead phone and broken charger on the George Washington Bridge without a clue where you’re going A tank on empty, 40 miles from […]

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The Dishes and Other Anxieties

by Andrew Schlosser For most of us, Covid has been one of the most stressful and overwhelming times in our lives. I can speak only for myself, someone who wakes up every morning in a studio apartment, gets out of bed and […]

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Fade Away

by Jaclyn Holliday Lyrics: Is this the end of time? Just me and my mind Trapped in this reality,  I realize I’m not fine I have to hide inside Somehow make it out alive But everyday something is saying I want you […]

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Life is Like a Group Project

by Isadora H. Petrovsky I want to do it alone But I can’t  Because “that’s not how it works” Someone tells me Despite how many times I groan or complain Nothing changes It is still a team effort And there is no […]

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Connections

by Izzy Ochocki Cute-cat induced crying with close friends on your bedroom floor. Ordering food together and reminding someone they can’t eat dairy.  No talking, but reading or journaling together.  Negotiating when to watch Big Little Lies or The World’s a Little […]

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still life

by Jordan Horne the thing i’ve missed the most was going to the galleries. watching her, observing her, taking her in as she takes in the art. hours of pensive silence and solemn reflection where i have no clue what is going […]

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