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A short story of Forgiveness by Missy, Author of Bridge of Time page on facebook. ( Read More
Article that originally appeared in Urban Pie Magazine. Read More
La Nia is always faced by dilemmas. Born from trouble, she was forced to survive by herself. She found a job in a printing press while she was young, and ever since surviving barely after a deadly fire that destroyed her past and colleagues, she is tortured with memories and… Read More
Experience the triumphs, trials and tribulations in the life of a very special American Elm tree... Read More
A night in Vienna during World War II that a young Dutch couple will never forget. Read More
A disillusioned man finds a discarded syringe on the way to work and fantasises about his options. First piece of writing, dark, be gentle. Read More
This is a poem I wrote back in 2007 during my GCSE's. It's based on the character of Miss Havisham from Charles Dickens' 'Great Expectations'. Read More
Literary journal of an alcholic. Read More
Secrets and lies What a surprise hiding the truth can be murder.... How far will you go for someone you barely know? In university Jessica Sampson has spotlight for being a know it all. Bright as a spark, stubborn and witty. Unlike the other 'mannequins' at school Jess's quest to… Read More

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Humor me! Write me a story of a novel. Either way.. It's your job to entertain me! Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 25, 2010

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This is a poem i wrote inspired by one of my favorite shows, dexter. Read More
Its all about a school marching band and the drama that goes on with the band members. Read More
Foul-mouthed Marna Copparelli, who waitresses at Guido's Pizza on Federal Hill, wouldn't know a semicolon from a large intestine. Luther Buttafuoco writes books that get reviewed in the New York Times literary section. He wants a date with Marna Copparelli. Good luck, Luther! Read More

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Memory is about a woman dealing with the trauma of losing her newborn child and shortly afterward her husband. It deals with the fears that any parent goes through...myself included. Read More
A young boy spends a magical weekend in Providence, Rhode Island with his sister, a former collegiate track star crippled in a freak accident. During the bittersweet reunion Nicholas learns a poignant lesson about the resilience of monarch butterflies and the human heart. Read More
According to Hasidic tradition, everyone must have two pockets, so they can reach into the one or the other, according to need. In the right pocket are the words: ‘For my sake was the world created,’ and in the left: ‘I am dust and ashes.’ Read More
This is an excerpt from my published novel Twenty-Five Years Ago Today, available in trade paperback and multiple ebook formats. Obit writer and editorial assistant Kris Langley feels like the newsroom slave – that is, until she stumbles across an unsolved murder while compiling 25 Years Ago Today items from… Read More
A short fictional account of a journey home in the late hours of a Portland evening. Read More
Part of a larger work planned...landscape architect and blind girl Read More

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Our narrator is an emotionally wrecked, and a constant scenario writer of situations, and a bit of a philosopher. She meets an old man at Chicago Union Station, who makes her take a good look at humanity and think about mortality and immortality. There isn't a great plot, and an… Read More
This is a preview of my fantasy literary book/novel based on the Arthurian Legend, but this story, has much things, which i invented by myself. This is only a preview, and it's only the first chapter, telle me if you like it, if you do, then i will write more,… Read More
A young artists struggles with humanity and his last attempt of showing his inner beauty to an otherwise ugly world. Read More
Sarah brings her boyfriend, Brad, home to meet her parents for the first time. Her mother tries to like him, but she is faced with increasing difficulty in accepting him. Read More
A letter from someone special.... someone who is there only for me... Read More
Novel abot an alcoholic attorney... Read More

Tags: fiction, literary this considered literary fiction? I have no clue. Seems to fit it better than anything else on the list... So anyways! This is a little short story I wrote in english class while my teacher was going over some bit of info that I'll never need for real life.… Read More
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