Issue IV: Spring 2015
“So work on your craft instead of worrying about having followers or subscribers and just make good content. Because eventually someone’s going to see it and that’s what’s going to jumpstart you.”
“I also choose violent verbs for certain emotions and actions because I felt those things violently, and I want the reader to not only know how I felt but feel how I felt. Violent verbs have that strong impact.”
“My advice is simply that everyone should love themselves and sail across their oceans till they cannot find the end.”
I can’t tell / if it’s the morning chill / or your name on my lips
When we pulled into the barnyard, my grandmother was outside waiting for us with an axe in her hand. This could mean many things, none of them good.
I was twelve when I met Eugene. We have a long history that’s a secret to most. He’s the untamed animal that roams my dreams, always frozen in the distance, magically unattainable.
This is typical: not the falling, for I have practiced restraint, and not the wanting, for I lack the need—it is the unattainable that consumes me.
There was an artist who lived in a black and white world.
Freaks and Geeks / Undeclared / Party Down / Clone High