Microwork – Homelessness Stops Time

Homelessness stops time. The brisk tick-tock of indoor living Dissolves in wind and rain like the chalk Scribbles no one pays for, bleeding on the road Ann Rosenthal lives in New Zealand. Her poetry is featured in NZ Poetry 2018 and multiple US journals, as well as in an upcoming national exhibition of women artists….

The Little Things – Story Teller

Story Teller if I could say what was in my heart I would fill the night with stars writing stories across the sky Ann Christine Tabaka has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize in Poetry, has been internationally published, and won poetry awards from numerous publications. She lives in Delaware, USA.  She loves gardening and…

The Little Things – Empty

Empty The hole inside me can’t be mended with bread, pasta, pretzels, pop-tarts, or chocolates. Maybe with bananas, romaine, carrot sticks, or kale. I’m overflowing but I’m never full.   Megan Clark is a twenty-two year old English major determined to change the world with her words.

The Little Things – Premature

Premature Sudden deaths are disappointing. It must be hard to leave in the middle of the third act when the actors are mid-sentence, mid-breath, still smiling. Rebecca Cohen is a graduate of the Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis, where she minored in creative writing. She is currently pursuing a secondary degree…