A Letter to My Mother

By Amber Josfin Pineda Dear Philippines, I’ve decided it’s finally time that I start thinking about the future I want to build for you. Granted, I should’ve considered doing this long ago, but I wrongfully assumed that others would’ve taken initiative to do so before me. I suppose deflecting the blame, however, was a karmic … Continue reading A Letter to My Mother

If You Leave, Where Will You Go?

By Lisa Hoelzer I recently left the strict high-demand religion I belonged to for the past thirty years. The values and practices associated with my faith shaped every part of my life: family priorities, Sunday behaviors, clothing, friendships, political attitudes, and more. A few years ago, I began to be disillusioned not only with my … Continue reading If You Leave, Where Will You Go?

The Science of Ant-Keeping

By Adrian So Many people view ants as pests, the obnoxious beasts that invade homes and causes damage to structures. But in reverse, known as ant-keepers, a small amount of people keep ants as pets. Ants make great pets because they are low-maintenance, budget-efficient, easy to find, and rewarding.  For low-maintenance, you will not have to give your … Continue reading The Science of Ant-Keeping

Review of Brothers, Fathers, and Others by Mitchell Waldman

Brothers, Fathers, and Other Strangers: Short Stories By Mitchell Waldman Release Date: September 27, 2021  Review by Thomas Page  The relationships we have with others impact us in many ways that we may not be aware of on the surface. Although most of our interactions will fade into the recesses of our subconscious, Mitchell Waldman’s … Continue reading Review of Brothers, Fathers, and Others by Mitchell Waldman