Triumph and Trials: A Short Fiction Tale by Doug Hawley – Duke and Gary ignite the SHORT movement, battling discrimination based on height. Scandals ensue, dreams falter, and the lift industry thrives.
“Good Friday” by Joseph A. Farina: A Poetic Journey from Lent to Easter. Experience solemn devotion as students partake in the stations of the cross, followed by an exuberant return home for the pagan rituals and symbols which surround Easter.
“March” by NMokde Abuay is a exploration of peace, resilience, and spirituality. Through vivid imagery, the poem delves into the journey of individuals facing challenges and confronting their inner selves.
In “Licorice” by Doug Hawley, an anthropologist visits the Chupa people in the mountains of Luzon. He discovers their unique culture, including their use of licking to form bonds. However, when a licking virus spreads in America, chaos ensues.
“The Art of Sneaking In” by Joseph A Farina unveils the water street boys’ cunning tactics to enter the athletic park unnoticed. A kind stranger grants them entry, but the label of being underprivileged leaves a lasting impact.
In Doug Hawley’s “Gate,” Sally discovers the hidden world of Ambrosia, where exceptional individuals reside, and secrets abound. Amidst dancing, genetic marvels, and indulgent brunches, love and mystery intertwine, inviting readers into a captivating realm.