The Moon Chair Sonnet is a free verse sonnet that explores a magical moment on a porch.
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 story, I strive to splice reporting and storytelling to share my account of living next to a psycho-murderer; the Stanford Church Slayer.
A compelling tale of conflict experienced halfway between the past of a timeless creek, and the tattered present of a lost man.
In this story I team up with a long-time friend, the gifted Brandon Hurley, to deliver this journalistic account of a man who spent a night in jail with Charles Manson.
This poem delves deep into self-destructive tendencies while elaborating their origin. Illustration by Joshua Maddock.
A humorous piece about self-accountability, the egotistic self-image, and the bitter art of blaming someone else. I really had fun with this one.
The Meaning of Life is a short story about stepping outside of one’s self and peering into the world of others. Here I search for an epiphany in an unlikely place.