Uncle wore it like high tops, his approach to our home just like those storms, bringing trouble as he shuffled his feet, scooting the dirt until the porch was large before him.
A Wartime Guide to Confession “May the most holy, most sacred, most adorable, most incomprehensible and ineffable Name of God be forever praised, blessed, loved, adored and glorified…” The Golden Arrow Prayer Daddy! The girls call in their father like an air strike. Their voices are girly, ear-bleedingly high-pitched, but the word … Continue reading Spring Fiction Winner: “A Wartime Guide to Confession” by Michael Pesant
We have had an extremely exciting time with our Poetry Countdown for the Fall 2016 Contest, but, alas, it must come to a close! Fortunately, we can easily say that this is the day we've been hyping towards - we finally get to announce our First Place Winner! Emma Bolden marveled us with her poem … Continue reading Fall Poetry 2016: First Place Winner, “EDIT” by Emma Bolden