The Comet

By Mishal Gloria Nayler once wrote, “Sometimes being a friend is mastering the art of timing. There is a time for silence. A time to let go and allow people hurl themselves into their own destiny. And a time to prepare to pick up the pieces when it's all over.” You ever heard about comets? … Continue reading The Comet

Poems by Dan Gallagher

The Space You Left I never knew if you mowed in a way to intimidate me Always the same Doing it backwards, so you had to stand in the flower bed With the petals like sheets twisted up and away from your figure Looking out in secret to see if I’d lost interest My low … Continue reading Poems by Dan Gallagher

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