A young filmmaker tells the story of his struggle to cope with death, remarriage, and, above all things, love.
Brushing fifteen years of dust off a piano the narrator’s mother used to play.
Published just before her twentieth birthday, a prolific and gifted writer’s final contribution to this website. Of it, she writes, “This story takes place in old Nepal, during the Rana regime when the Rana family had control over the country and borrowed richly from the British Raj.”
An incredible short story of love and faith in a society of strict castigation.
A short story of love and growing up, in a style reminiscent of Edwidge Danticat.
Two perspectives on a moment, and a lifetime.
An extended metaphor to a phobia of the “popular crowd.” A work of fiction by teenager Jeremy Kennels.
A passionate subjective description of finding something that surpasses meaning to existence.
Experimenting with form in a journal excerpt.
Two guys discussing a metaphor on life.