Pandemic stories, books, poems, and more

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I would like to thank you. You're wondering why, I'm sure you're asking yourself. I'm thanking you for being there, being supportive and seeing success even though I stopped believing In myself. I could sit here and tell you how much I appreciate everything from you, or would you rather… Read More
Will Hale is an IT instructor, teaching classes all over the country. On a routine trip, an illness begins infecting his students...and then he gets sick. He must find a way to battle through a history-making illness and a shut-down world to find out what has happened to his family. Read More
Welcome To Dozy Covid Britain... Read More

Poem / Poetry

April 13, 2022

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A poem describing the tiring debate of masks Read More
The unexceptional late thirties male against COVID-19, genital herpes, and $18 an hour employment Read More
An essay on the need to change attutudes to medical resaerch and human care Read More
Part 7: Advanced Technology, Primitive Humans. We look at how technology has replaced humans in the age of Covid, and how the virus can be split into three categories: Positive, Negative and Neutral Covid. Read More
Part 6: The Variant. Just when we thought we had defeated Covid, it came back like a real life computer game boss, now stronger and smarter and more evolved than ever, with new weapons. Read More
Part 5 of 3: Cureporn and Travel Read More
Part 4 of 3: Own Nothing, Be Happy Read More
Part 4 of 3: Vaccinations and Coping Read More

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Part 2: Tests and Rules As the government discovered the symptoms of Covid were widespread, they turned us into widespread test subjects, and experimented on us with new rules and regulations in an effort to control a virus they knew nothing about. Hell on earth followed. Read More

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Pandemics. What are they? Why do they strike us? When will they fuck off? The WHAT THE HELL series investigates the latest mass manufactured doom to hit our planet, or this time, grow out of it. WHAT THE HELL gives a thorough background and explanation of COVID, the most poorly… Read More

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Rose discovers her Prince Charming is anything but. Read More
I wrote this down after I had a dream that brought me to tears one night in the middle of the pandemic. After reading my account of my dream multiple times, I feel like it could hold some importance as a documentation of how it feels to be alive at… Read More
This poem is about what the pandemic has taught us, the humans and what we are doing, how we are treating the environment. Read More
This was written i March and April of 2020, when COVID-19 body-slammed New York City. But New Yorkers, ever tough but tender where it counts, locked down and made it through, in spite of the ever-present sound of ambulances and sirens. I thought that if ever the spirit of Christmas… Read More
To be frank this is just a record of my thought process when I am idle. Read More
A deadly virus spreads across the world, changing the way humankind behaves. Jackie Mendoza quarantines herself in her home for weeks, fearful of catching the disease. But is it the virus or fear itself that she should be afraid of? Read More

Essay / Other

July 14, 2021

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My thoughts after finishing reading 'Station Eleven' by Emily St.John Mandel. Read More
If everyone around caught up in grief, who would console who? This short story is an attempt to show what's at stake during this pandemic. Read More

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Rebecca Johansen begins her journey as a flight nurse piloting a float plane on northward from Washington State and the Canadian/US border across from the Cascade Air Rescue. She is challenged on her last trip after 25 years to perform in a life and death situation in the wilderness. After… Read More
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