Underneath Ozone by Gowriha B.

Jaro graduates high school and bids goodbye for summer vacation. All she has to worry about is which stream to pursue. Science? Arts? Or the stream in the sea? She has this thing. Multiple personality disorder, they say. She drives to the university for her admission. Air chimes. An unusual blow hits her hard. She […]

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Figs and the Pines by Romeo

Romeo is sixteen years old and from Australia. “i wish i knew where you came from.” that was haze. her. where, of any place i had been where freedom was even a viable option, could such a place be considered my home? there was a quiet turbulence in all who passed my way, including all […]

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Rain by Saachi Shetty

When the clouds are impregnated with infinite droplets of water, delicate enough to bequeath upon you a lifetime of experiences, and so Herculean enough to drown you away. A curtain of rain descends down from heaven, as a solemn dance for all humanity. As if it pens its own poetry to the cadence of its […]

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full volume by Suzi Evelyn

Safe came in a spiral notebook. the tattoos left behind by lead showed me the unfiltered girl I’d almost marooned, buried in my labyrinth of words. all along, I’d thought she was hiding out of fear from the outside world, but the blank page was her utopia, its blue prison bars: her safe haven. Home […]

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It’s in our DNA by Megan Tyler

we are suppressing ourselves the women in my family have engraved a distinct self hatred into the lining of their skin carved food rules into their bellies depositing magic pills and coffee grounds diet culture is tightly coiled around our vocal cords the women in my family are sick looking into the mirror with eyes […]

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