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  1. Retrospective - NaPoWriMo 2021

    By Valkyrie, in Poetry. 04/07/2021 (Updated: 04/22/2021)

    April is National Poetry Writing Month, and this is my collection for 2021. The goal is to write 30 poems (one per day) throughout the month. The majority of poems are responses to prompts supplied by Jan Hutchinson. Since I turn fifty this year, a lot of them will feature remembrances, musings, and thoughts about the next fifty. A retrospective of my life.

  2. Foolproofed 6. My Uni-Verse

    By aditus, in Poetry. 04/01/2021 (Updated: 04/21/2021)

    It’s that time of the year: National Poetry Writing Month is on!

    For those who don’t know the rules, the task is to write a new poem for each day of the month of April.

  3. GFD: Dead Language Gone From Daylight

    By Comicality, in Fiction. 04/19/2019 (Updated: 04/19/2021)

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    A vampire teacher with advanced knowledge of the vampire scriptures and what their significance is in darkness is suddenly partnered up with a young newblood who has an extra that allows him to decode ancient texts at will. However...when the Elders find out about this ability, they target the boy for execution! What are they hiding? And can the teacher help him figure out the hidden message before the Elders find them and eliminate the threat?

  4. The Legends of Blood: Volume One

    By StoryMyke, in Fiction. 03/16/2021 (Updated: 04/16/2021)

    Evan Bentley is a seventeen-year-old high school student that has his life completely turned around when he is involved in a deadly accident. He is brought over to the Underworld, only knowing that he has to choose between his brother's soul, or the fate of humanity. Will Evan be able to overcome his own desires as a monster of the night, or will he become the worst nightmare to ever walk the face of the Earth?

  5. Rotten Apples

    By Black Paper, in Fiction. 05/24/2020 (Updated: 04/16/2021)

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    🍎13 year old William-Decker Irving is a country boy from the South. He was happy, free, innocent, and the son & heir to his family’s successful Apple Orchard business. The country life is all he ever knew. That’s all he ever was. But, when he is forced to move, up North, into a busy suburban town & attend public school for the very first time, being a homeschooled boy with little to no social skills or knowledge of the modern world, he faces new experiences, challenges, & meets people that he will never forget for the rest of his life.

  6. Poems of Time

    By NFields1608, in Poetry. 02/05/2021 (Updated: 04/10/2021)

    This is a collection of moments that mean a lot to me. From life events to significant thought processes, I turn my feelings into words.

  7. Excesslive Force 5. New York Stories

    By Altimexis, in Fiction. 04/02/2021 (Updated: 04/09/2021)

    It was a very restless time for the boys in New York City. Forced indoors by the pandemic, the school year was coming to a close in name only, as much felt left undone in the paradigm of remote learning. Then on Memorial Day, a black man in Minneapolis was lynched by a white police officer who strangled the man with his knee, touching off a firestorm of pent-up rage. Naturally the boys had to get involved in the protests. They had to, but then one of their own fell victim to police use of excessive force

  8. Home Improvement 6. New York Stories

    By Altimexis, in Fiction. 04/16/2021 (Updated: 04/02/2021)

    When Josh and his family moved to the Lower East Side of Manhattan, he knew he'd be helping his dad to renovate their new apartment. It hadn't been touched since the building opened in the mid-1950s and it needed a ton of work. Even so, it cost as much as they got for their old matchbook house in Brooklyn - close to a million dollars - and the only way they could afford it was to gut it and renovate it themselves. Josh was no stranger to handiwork, having helped rebuild after Hurricane Sandy, when he was just seven and could barely hold a drill. Little did they know that this time they'd face a hurricane and a global pandemic.

  9. Poems of Reflection

    By NFields1608, in Poetry. 01/21/2021 (Updated: 04/02/2021)

    A collection of my poetry that comes from evaluating myself. These are some thoughts and reflections that go through my mind as I live my life. The poems in this collection come from the train of thought of wanting to better myself, and how to move forward as a better man. From thoughts of my family, to lessons taught, these are my reflections.

  10. Pride Month, and other Haibun 13. Verse

    By AC Benus, in Non-Fiction. 08/25/2018 (Updated: 03/20/2021)

    Pieces combining sections of prose and poetry

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  11. Toto

    By James Carnarvon, in Fiction. 03/14/2021 (Updated: 03/17/2021)

    A short story in four chapters set on the mountainous Italian coast. Seven years after ‘The Summer of the Firefly’, another teen struggles with his identity following a bust-up with his father and his best friend.

  12. Project New Dawn

    By Westarcher, in Fiction. 07/06/2018 (Updated: 03/09/2021)

    Alex Walker is your average Kid, he loves computers and conspiracy theories. On a normal Saturday, he and his brother are wrenched from their lives and hidden in an underground bunker for six months. Alex must find out why he and the other children have been put down there and survive to emerge from the bunker. With strange happenings and a saboteur, Alex has his hands full with the group of teens he must now lead.

  13. The Syndicate

    By BKWildenberg, in Fiction. 01/08/2020 (Updated: 02/15/2021)

    For as long as he can remember, Ronnie Nolan has loved superheroes. He’s inspired by their feats of heroism, and still has a sense of awe every time he sees one spring into action. After a violent event awakens abilities in Ronnie, he’s given the opportunity to join the Syndicate of Heroes, the organization he has always admired.

    Taran Webber grew up superhero royalty, and saving the world is in his DNA. He strives every day to be stronger, faster, and better than before. He’s committed to the cause at the expense of having a life, but at what cost?

  14. Gone Away, Gone Ahead 4. Ninth Pass Pern

    By Mawgrim, in Dragonriders of Pern. 06/27/2020 (Updated: 02/15/2021)

    The Eighth Pass is over. At Fort Weyr, D’gar, Herebeth’s rider faces the future without his weyrmate, lost to Thread just two Falls before the last.
    When Lessa brings the five Weyrs forward to the beginning of the Ninth Pass, he must face his fears, try to adapt to an altered world and take the risk of falling in love all over again.

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