Never Been There, Never Did That. By Chloe Riggs

Clothes laid in a crumpled stack at the end of a twin-sized bed, a trail of soot-covered socks creating a road to the head of the bed. A phone was gripped loosely in the hold of a teenage girl. The rectangular device slowly slid its way off her hand, preparing for the dive it was about to take. It leaped off, plopping in the water … Continue reading Never Been There, Never Did That. By Chloe Riggs

Would You Like to Enable Aurora? by Virginia Burns

My car pulled into a parking lot. It was the one where the grocery store used to be, which had closed down a few months ago. It was, expectedly, empty– void of cars and any other signs of life except for the few straggling plants and the traffic down on the street. The sky was cloudy, a dull grey that put a second level of … Continue reading Would You Like to Enable Aurora? by Virginia Burns

Thoughts. My Thoughts. By Hailey Hoffman

When we are small, we are fearless. The world isn’t truly scary until we understand the dangers that are around us, the decisions that could make or break us, the judgement of the people and society we live in, or the crumbling world we never asked to be born into in the first place. When we are little, we laugh in the face of danger. … Continue reading Thoughts. My Thoughts. By Hailey Hoffman