Ghost by Katie Stolte
It started innocently enough. Everyone stopped calling, My cubicle was filled with a stranger’s things, And someone new was tucked in my bed. I didn’t understand. So I melted into the background. I watched as the love of my life moved on, My mother and father wilted and died. I
The Language of Pain by Katie Stolte
Pain is a funny language / and when you’re in it it is all you speak / and when you’re not / you forget it was once your native tongue / it’s a language no one wants to be fluent in / but many are / it makes your orbit
Life in Colours by Shanna Wilson
I used to live as the wild things did, the trees and the spirits that roamed the woods day and night. Let us not forget the time when the life force was felt between every wall, inside every colour. I did not wait for daybreak to go exploring, any time
Excerpts from “A Life of Adventure” by John Love
Afterword by Ingrid Love The 30’s – Edinburgh, Scotland My adventures started even before I knew where I lived. According to Mum, as a child, I would tend to wander away from the avenue in which we lived and end up on one of the avenues that ran parallel to
If You Ask Rosie by Stevie Poling
If you asked Rosie, she would have said it was the perfect weather. When you get up in the morning, walk outside, and when exhale you can see your breath, then you look past your breath to the world beyond, and everything is still. The grass is just slightly crispy
This publication is the result of collaboration between students and faculty of the School of University Arts & Sciences and the School of the Arts at Selkirk College. Submissions are published online throughout the year and selected works are compiled into a print magazine once per year.
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