This abstract piece anthropomorphically portrays depression as a physical, lurking annoyance. Illustration & Photo: Stephen Perdue.
The Moon Chair Sonnet is a poem written by Travis Knight. Knight uses the classic Shakespearean sonnet to confront addiction, redemption, & divine order.
My Rock is a beautifully written piece by the talented storyteller, W. Li-Ting. This balanced work combines eloquent beauty with the grim reality of love.
In this literary piece, Travis Knight splices reporting and storytelling to share his account of living next to a murderer; the Stanford Church Slayer.
Travis Knight shares a compelling tale of conflict met halfway between the childhood past of a timeless creek, and the tattered present of a lost man.
Artist Brandon Hurley teams up with the writer, Travis Knight, to deliver this journalistic account of a man who spent time in jail with Charles Manson.
Writer Travis Knight shares a compelling piece about his own struggles with mental health. This poem delves deep into self-destructive tendencies while elaborating their origin. Illustration by Joshua Maddock.
Travis Knight shares a fictional piece about self-accountability, the egotistic self-image, and the bitter art of blaming someone else. Need a good read and a laugh? Then you have come to The Write Place!
The Meaning of Life is a short story about stepping outside of one's self and peering into the world of others. Author, Travis Knight, finds an epiphany in an unlikely place and deeply delves into the subject in this piece. If you are in the mood for a good read, travel forth!
Memories can simultaneously be horrifying while maintaining a nostalgic mystic. This poem by Travis Knight, WHEN, delves deep into this contradicting feeling of utter disgust, and absolute beauty. Dig poetry? Check this out!