Stories by Tia Anae
"Ring ring ring. Failed exorcism. I yank the phone from its mount. Ring ring ring. Then I wring it. Ha ha, wring wring wring."
Sick of reading poetry? Trying listening to it instead.
In this week's Mad Libs, we tackle the most important campus institution: the C-Store.
In the latest installment of Blackout Poetry, one writer tackles their history and medieval lecture notes.
Hansel and Gretel are 22-years-old living at home, and they're not happy when they overhear their parents discussing whether the two should move out.
I had never heard of the city Lyketon until my old friend Jessica invited me there.
Ishmael Beah tells the tale of a villagers’ plight with a universal moral in mind.