Poems by Ken Allan Dronsfield

By  Ken Allan Dronsfield    A Seasonal Minuet Summertime, however hard it tries, will always be warm and inviting. A walk along the beach and dunes as summer sings like cool lemonade. Now unreasonable is just the thing, gets me to wonder if summer is crazy. Autumn arrives and leaves are falling, I cannot help but … Continue reading Poems by Ken Allan Dronsfield

“Parliament; or Crepe Suzette”

By Thomas Page   There was a nation called Newlandia which existed in a time not unlike our own. It had majestic coasts sprinkled with fishing villages. It had glens bearding mountains and mountains cutting into the skies. The little country had no reason to be recorded in history because it kept to itself and … Continue reading “Parliament; or Crepe Suzette”

Story Contest 3rd place

The Braille Reader By Deryn Pittar “There’re feathers all over the floor, again,” Mother said, her voice cross and exasperated. “I’m heartily sick of picking them up.” Christina shook her head at this utterly ridiculous statement, considering they didn’t have a budgie or a parrot. Her mother had early-on-set dementia and  often became confused. She … Continue reading Story Contest 3rd place

A Dramatic Recounting of a Email Chain Between a Student and His Professor

By Thomas Page -------------------------------- “Dear Dr. Kesey, I am not able to attend class today because I have the flu. Yours, Joseph Brown” --------------------------------- “Dear Mr. Brown, I would normally excuse your absence from class, but I’ve noticed you have never attended any of the discussion sections with Ms. Florin. You have used all of … Continue reading A Dramatic Recounting of a Email Chain Between a Student and His Professor