Cover by Dinero Jelley
By Hannah Brodsky I had been working at the caramel apple store for five or six or seven months more than any sane person could ever want. It was a job even I couldn’t flaunt. Until one day he came up to me. a tall, lean man with a monocle to see. His face was … Continue reading Caramel Apples and Clouds
By Hannah Brodsky If the sky were to pour down on the weary wanderers of the dirty streets of Paris, it would fall in thick drops of ink, spilling around the patchy lawns and sleepy horses. However, the sky did not rain down, and instead stayed flat up against the edge of the world, projected … Continue reading The Evening Escapades of Mary Johnson
By Isabel Doricent The sun starts to set, and it becomes dawn The beautiful daylight is almost gone I lay in the hammock that’s in-between two trees Closing my eyes I feel the breeze Hearing the leaves swaying left to right And the rapid ocean current starts to alight I open my eyes and see … Continue reading My Paradise Island
By Arjun Shah The waves crashed against the cracked creaky ship, pulling Veera closer to her leather seat. Strong winds gushed across the deck, bombarding Veera’s sari, and pushing it to a point where it grasped her skin like a tight mold. Suddenly, Veera felt a cold breeze smack her cheek, a stinging feeling reach … Continue reading Quest to the Land of Uncertainty
By Dinero Jelley Stay on course, do not stray. Wealth and Status the standards, but achieve success in your own way. Be your best self and never say can’t. Seek the goal you set, and you will never fret. Take the mission to ambition. Block out the noise, and always stay poised. Against all odds … Continue reading Best Life
By Miley Chen Some of you may know Pusheen, the stuffed cat that you probably used as a pillow on a flight (I know-flying is so 2019). I’ve had Pusheen since I was six. At the time, Pusheen was my favorite stuffed animal. After getting her, I started to notice that she had many strange … Continue reading Is it ok if My Cat Eats My Dad?