The Beasts and the Burden by Jayden Rhodes

¨Adams¨, ¨Jack¨, ¨O Pos¨, these were the details I noticed as I held the tags in my hand, the tags of my subordinate, the tags of my friend. It all fell apart in our last mission everything came toppling down. There were nine men under my command, and they were no more. They were gone. Everything I did, I did wrong, I led my men … Continue reading The Beasts and the Burden by Jayden Rhodes

I Want to Be Able to Talk Again by Candice Payne

It was a typical day for the 22 year old Sasha Rose. She got up, ate breakfast, went to her lab, ate dinner, then went to sleep. This was what she did everyday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. She didn’t bother communicating with anyone, mainly because it was no longer necessary to do so. If she ever needed to communicate with someone, all she … Continue reading I Want to Be Able to Talk Again by Candice Payne

Untitled by Kenny Hendershot

“Finally!!!!” Screamed Grognag the Orc warlord. “There’s nowhere to go Arthur, the rest of your Britians have been defeated by my clan.” King Aruthur had finally been trapped in a narrow pass somewhere in Northern Wessex. Trapped between Grognag’s brute hunters and the rip in time where the Orcs came from, Aruthur began to draw his sword. Suddenly the rip started to make noise and … Continue reading Untitled by Kenny Hendershot

Phoenix and The Eyes of Oldwin by Jordan Chinchello

“Begin typing here,” she read out loud as it echoed in the cold, dark, back room of her two story house. Phoenix tapped her glasses. A projection in front of her, that only she could see, quickly came up with a neon blue keyboard. She didn’t know what to type yet. She was lost. She knew that she would eventually come up with something to … Continue reading Phoenix and The Eyes of Oldwin by Jordan Chinchello

Saving grace by Jaidallyn Andrews

I walk through those sliding doors into the ridiculously bright, cold building. Phones buzzing, registers beeping, babies crying, mothers speed-walking like it’s the last hour they have on earth, and all I can do is take a deep breath. I walk around, passing the milk and eggs that I need at least four times trying to avoid the employee who is stocking shelves. I’m not … Continue reading Saving grace by Jaidallyn Andrews