Being in Love With Shakespeare in Love and Other Poems

By Alex Andy Phuong Being in Love With Shakespeare in Love Oh lady, Viola, be my muse How could I ever refuse? My admiration for thee A love story creating a conception For the greatest love story almost never told My lady, you have made my writing bold And even though we are all getting … Continue reading Being in Love With Shakespeare in Love and Other Poems

Academy Classics: Halloween’s End

By Jessica Ricks Jacob, Chrissy, and Marcus made their way to the end of the long, winding street. It was getting late. Houses were starting to turn off their lights indicating that they were done giving out candy. The streets that were busy with kids, and some teenagers, going from door to door in their … Continue reading Academy Classics: Halloween’s End

Skeleton Crew and Other Poems by Thomas Page

Skeleton Crew The best way to scare someone is to justBeVeryStill. I was cast as a pirateWith burning embers in my beardAnd my hand clasped in a hookStationed with my skeleton crew—A motley crew of six, sparking pink sailors;Deader than a doornailTheir mandibles and maxillas permanentlyFixed in a cackle. I also had a treasure chest … Continue reading Skeleton Crew and Other Poems by Thomas Page

Five Fields

By Jonathan Brooks   BIO Jonathan Brooks was born and raised in Miami, Florida. Brooks studied Advertising and Fine Art Photography at the University of Miami. He worked for Eastman Kodak during their transition from analog to digital. His photographs have been published in numerous anthologies and periodicals. His Fine Art Photographs have been featured … Continue reading Five Fields