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Death of a teenager

Micah Gomez

November 8, 2019

A short play by Oscar Fabricant   [New York City. A blindingly pink bedroom, covered in posters of various singers and mirrors and makeup. A blonde girl rises out of the bed in the corner]   Alice: Behold!...

The man laying next to me

Victoria Kapusta

March 25, 2019

I softly giggled. I stared at his shallow green eyes. The only person I want to be laying next to me in bed. As I brushed through his brown hair with my cut forefinger, he softly whispered, “I wish I payed attention to you s...

Love in Philly

Fatima Moreira

March 25, 2019

Ricky had been looking for love since he started realizing that he liked girls. He is a dark handsome teen with dark brown eyes, curly hair, and a great but quiet personality. One of his biggest dreams was to fall in love with...

The other side

Sydney Wargo

March 25, 2019

When I was first pulled out of math class by my guidance counselor, I thought I was in trouble. I went through every moment of the past week in my head, searching for a moment in which I had done something wrong. Was it because...

I’m home! A-100-word story

Liam Talasnik, writer

March 22, 2019

It was now two in the morning. Ms. Depaul sat on her husband’s beloved chair, scratching the side up and down with her recently trimmed nails. Her foot shook, but her body was still, her eyes peeled on the front door. Every...

A painter’s demise

Iliana Seltzer Escandon

March 22, 2019

The scene is at Mildred “Millie” Browning’s estate in the years of the roaring twenties. It is late at night, and by now most of the guests have decided to head home for the night and the children tucked away in bed, bu...

Another night – a 100 word story

Laura Hickson

March 22, 2019

I was alone. Well, not really. I couldn’t hear them, but I knew they were tucked into the far corners of the house. They always were. The silence, while comforting, was deafeningly quiet compared to the shouted words that echoe...

A promise to come back- a 100-word story

Tasneem Hasan

March 22, 2019

She hasn’t been in this house for years. Nobody has, and it shows. Historic hallways with floors creaking as she takes slow steps, leading to rooms with a foreign weight of age. Dusty light bulbs still screwed in, but zapped ou...

A drive to Hollywood

Abbe Schulties

March 22, 2019

Sam walks out of the house holding her new car keys. She turns the corner and it was the car she’d loved for years. A sleek red Mustang convertible with cream leather seats. She was still in shock that her father remembered this...

Tennessee

Lucie Bernheim

March 21, 2019

Bzzz Bzzz. The alarm clock went off at 3:59, just shy of 4am. The rhythmic speed coming from my chest increased with every move I made. I slid out of bed, and my phone lit up with a text. I’m outside. Let’s go before the su...

Tess, Gavin, and Everyone Else

Frida Jackson

March 19, 2019

Summer camp has always been my favorite place. It’s filled with air that feels easy and people I trust. With trees that last forever and streams that whisper fairy tales, it always seemed like camp was all anyone could ever ...

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