Author: pp93a

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  • The Food Court

    We have worked with the HWA to create a better version of our “New Talent” endeavor. We wanted to thank everyone involved in the process of improving, both those who’ve helped come up with solutions, and those who support our magazine in general. You all rock! Big Change #1 We will no longer call this […]

  • A Minor FAQ

    A Minor FAQ Recently, our followers on social media informed us that they want to know more about the section of our website which publishes writers under 18. We are hoping to change some aspects of this feature, and therefore wanted to give a quick guide to our current protocols for the sake of transparency […]

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  • Tiff and Lainey #2

    by Alina Wahab

  • Monster HD

    by Selma Nieuwoudt

  • Hello Fellow Kids

    Every once in a while, we come together collectively as a culture to celebrate one of life’s least prestigious yet most impressive achievements: the successful artistic representation of adolescence. It’s a delight we all savor when a movie or a book or a television show actually pulls off the daring and oft-bungled attempt to show […]


    by Megan M. Davies-Ostrom Rachel propped herself up and studied the bell her step-mother, Eleanor, had placed on the bedside table.  Rachel liked the sound of bells. Throaty church bells, strident dinner bells, and the sweet little bell on Miss Kitty’s collar that chimed as she came running for the milk Cook put out each […]

  • Nothing

    by Douglas Smith “It’s nothing,” he says, not for the first time. She watches him straighten his tie in the hall mirror. So he doesn’t have to make eye contact, she thinks. “I fear nothing?” she says. “Then I must be fearless. I don’t feel fearless.” Leaning on the kitchen doorframe, she hugs her faded […]

  • A Hand to Hold, a Mouth to Speak

    by Ai Jiang They gave her to you ten years after your birth, when they realized your mouth would not open, when they realized your voice box was broken.   She had on a pretty dress that looked much like your own: knee-length, frilly, with matching polka dot stockings that looked as though there were large […]