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February 22, 2019

PASSED NOTES  & POEMS:  It Could Be Different

Kristin Garth

The Poem:

It Could Be Different

He says it could be different.  We could be friends;

don’t have to barter, love for skin.  He’ll prove

the existence of benevolent men,

desire, rejection, frustration removed.


February 13, 2019

By Death, She Lives 

a monthly feature by 

Jenna Vélez 



The devil taught me

How to add and subtract

Chanting numbers in my head

While the children of the night

Bleached my skin with their songs

The devil showed me how to spell

While his spawn cut off my braids

Like run-on...

February 8, 2019

Joined Journeys 

a monthly feature by 

Maddie M. White 

Anxious When Alone 


What mental illness do you suffer from?

Depression, anxiety

When was the first time you noticed it and how?

It was a couple of months after it happened and I was approached by a gentleman tha...

February 6, 2019

Inside of a Dog 

a monthly feature by 

Kate Dowling 

The End of Summer 

In my twenties I used to have an irrational fear about the passing of time.  I used to think that the days would go so quickly that I’d wake up tomorrow and I’d be 60 years old.  Whilst waking up and b...

February 4, 2019

Joined Journeys 

a monthly feature by 

Maddie M. White 

'Fear of Abandonment'

Carey Shook

Twitter: @careyshook

What mental illness do you suffer from?

Binge-eating disorder, borderline personality disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, depression. (I also have ADHD, but some...

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