Lady Killer

By Sadiyah Tariq “All women are crazy, you can never tell whatever they’re thinking about in their pretty little heads,” he bellowed, swiping his hand at the air as if to swipe the topical fly away. How could he think like that, […]

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The First Thanksgiving in a New World

By Josie Rerecich Eekerian Translations Calck– a five-inch long ear of corn Deesh– a ten-foot tall deer Jrachoo– a five-foot tall bird, similar to a blue jay Litish– a thirteen-foot tall lizard Litish cucka pitoo bluk– litish calling the pitoo big; an […]

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“Embrace”

By Sadiyah Tariq Every awakening is a rebirth, every occurance holds a special meaning — because if it didn’t, the lost lives and things would cease to have made an impact to the world. Every object that held a nostalgic memory behind […]

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“The Horrors of Camp Underthebed”

By Josie Rerecich I knew something was up when my parents served human blood for dinner. Human blood is a special-occasion food. If my mother and father decided to serve this delicacy for no good reason, then imposters had replaced them. “You weren’t […]

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“Presentation”

by Sadiyah Tariq “So, how tall are you? Like, really?” “Five-nine, why?” “So, below average, you mean?” “Not really, that’s still considered pretty tall.” He slipped his jacket on, unsure where this conversation was going, more determined to leave the office early than […]

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“For the Love of Goddess”

by Josie Rerecich         “Please, Daedalus. I really need your help!”         The greatest inventor of ancient Greece barely glanced up from his blueprints. “I am a very busy man, and in the employ of King Minos. I have too much to do to […]

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