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By Caitlin Wind
A family unknowingly crosses into windigo territory. The windigo struggles not to rip them limb from limb. This is a retelling of the story "Windigo" by Shlosser S.E from the windigos point of view.
Was there a heaven for sinners? What would you do for the love of God?
By Darien Kade
Set in modern day Los Angeles, this coolly mesmerizing novel is a raw, powerful portrait of Robert Madson; a young, alluring billionaire entrenched in a pseudo celebrity-obsessed culture shaped by casual nihilism, conformity, and too much money. Blessed with leading man looks and a vast fortune,...
By Darien Kade
Taken from real events, Fight Psycho Boy takes a peculiar look at life from the eyes of Darien; a young boy faced with the pitfalls of living in post-revolution Iran who moves to Sweden where he struggles to fit in, until coming to America where he quickly learns the haunting secrets surrounding...
Melissa is a free-spirited, 19 year old woman who feels oppressed in the old east. She finds freedom in traveling, and learns much along the way. The setting alternates between the 1880's and 1910-20's in terms of mannerisms and the K.K.K., so please do not be perturbed by the inconsistencies.
An article which analyzes what caused the 10-year-old Joseph Hall to kill his father,an American Nazi.
By Sonya Lavette Bell
The story takes place in 1962 Chicago, a time of innocence, before the turbulence of the sixties would literally change the world.
The characters are best friends from the Bronzeville neighborhood on Chicago's south side. They are all typical youngsters, wild, carefree, and full of hope, and...
The crow and the coyote go hand in hand, like leaves and wind, like water and stones.
By Vicki Ecker
I was once a flaming liberal. Then I started paying closer attention to the strange world of American politics, and listening to other viewpoints with an open mind. Part One of this essay or opinion piece explains why I now call myself a staunch Independent with a conservative bent. Of course,...
The evolution of the broken American Dream.
Poetry | Updated May 8, 2014 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Victor A
During my time at the University of Toledo I have been fortunate enough to come in contact with professionals who have been instrumental to my growth as a person. This essay tells how I was able to come in contact with my influential mentor, Pariss Coleman.
War mongers control society and destroy freedom.
Poetry | Updated Apr 19, 2014 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
The real god in the heaven fed up with the humanity for misusing his name go to court to restore his good name.
Short Story | Updated Apr 14, 2014 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Colin David
Opinion article about the disparity in American public education.
By Arland Clements
In History class, we are learning about the American Revolution. We recently watched Mel Gibson's The Patriot. And after we were given a writing prompt. "Describe what you think a regular day in the life of a patriot in the revolution is like." I sort of went out of line and instead of writing...