When We Were Kind

This poem was written by a young man who is 23 years old and who has suffered homelessness for far too much of his young life, wrote this poem 7 yrs ago when he was only 16: “When We Were Kind” There is a time, that i […]

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The After School Murders

It is 1968, and for more than a decade, teenaged girls on the west end of Albuquerque, New Mexico have disappeared, never coming home from school.  There was only one girl who ever escaped the evil of this classroom serial killer, and she must stop […]

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Never Stop Loving

Written by Anita D Russell Dystopia. A word that conjures up dismal visions of the future, loss of freedom, oppression, mind control, and a loveless existence in a technocratic or militaristic society. The first dystopian novel I ever read was Ira Levin’s This Perfect Day. […]

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The Rise Above the Clouds

A poetry collection like no other written with a big dose of Urban Flavor and soul. The Rise Above the clouds was written to empower a “now” generation to press forward, push pass their distractions and rise above to be all that God has called […]

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The Chosen One

Author: Rafael Shamay Two childhood friends were hiking in the Judean desert when the weather shifted violently, and heavy rain began pouring, over flooding the river channel. Oren was washed away with the flood, and met his demise, while Erez managed to find shelter in […]

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Everyday Is Like Sunday: A Memoir

Everyday Is Like Sunday: A Memoir, by Lonna Cottrell-Thompson After graduating high school in the early 1990s, Lonna finds herself trapped at her parents’ home in a tiny, muskrat-ridden, New Jersey town, enduring community college, cutting her split ends, and hoping for near death. All […]

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