A Literary Journal for New and Established Voices

Category: Essays

Taking Flight

I never wished more that I could slow down our time together in a way I’d failed to do on that walk. I won’t make the same mistake with Coolidge.

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Shelter of Love

“The world needs all our offerings, whether we stand at the center or at the perimeter.”
Arbor Lee shares her thoughts on what it means to stand in the periphery.

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“Stop deluding me into thinking I have plenty of you. I don’t. We don’t.” Alison Lee shares her thoughts about Time in her essay, “Wings.”

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