Month: June 2018

Guest Post: Jae Mazer

Feel the Death By Jae Mazer The rickety bus creaked and heaved, fumes vomiting from its tailpipe as it trembled down the old road. Mia and Sachia held on to each other, watching as the barren wasteland outside raced by the windows. “We’ll be there promptly, girls.” The driver’s voice was wet and wrapped in…

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Guest Post: Jessica Raney

THE LESSON by JESSICA RANEY Her dress was new. Well, new to her, anyway, a hand-me-down from a cousin, light blue, dotted with little white embroidered flowers. The fabric was thin in places and some of the little flowers had unraveled, but washed and pressed carefully, the dress had new life. She twirled in a…

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