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  1. The English Year

    By Jwolf, in Fiction. 08/15/2012 (Updated: 08/05/2016)

    Corbin Crowley didn't intend to fall in love during his junior year at Old Dominion University. But he did... and this is what happened.

  2. Boy Story: The Road Taken

    By Rip Skor, in Non-Fiction. 04/02/2015 (Updated: 10/20/2017)

    The semi-autobiographical story of a straight college boy named Matt who realizes he's not so straight when he crosses paths with a gay high school boy named Parker...

  3. Memoirs of a child of the past century

    By old bob, in Fiction. 09/24/2011 (Updated: 11/14/2013)

    My story of soon 85 years of a tempestuous life, a try to understand myself where I come from, an attempt to draw lessons for others from my experiences, my joys and my woes. All life is beautiful, provided it is not useless !

  4. Broken

    By jamessavik, in Fiction. 04/10/2015 (Updated: 04/28/2015)

    Growing up in Mississippi in the 70s.

  5. My journey through pain

    By albertnothlit, in Non-Fiction. 11/24/2018 (Updated: 03/28/2019)

    I am dealing with chronic depression and panic attacks. This is my journey to try to make sense of it all.

  6. Family Snippets

    By Graeme, in Non-Fiction. 10/06/2013 (Updated: 10/31/2013)

    Snippets of my family life from 2005 to 2010

    While the following stories are basically true, allowing for a moderate degree of poetic license, all the names have been changed to protect the guilty.

    Oh, okay. Allow for a large degree of poetic license.

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    Dream Spores

    By Doctor Oger, in Non-Fiction. 06/21/2016 (Updated: 01/07/2018)

    Dreams. Not chronological.

  8. Timmy's Journal 1. Poetry by Mikiesboy

    By Mikiesboy, in Non-Fiction. 10/04/2015 (Updated: 03/24/2018)

    My thoughts, happy things, nice poems, just positive stuff allowed

  9. My LIfe: In Pieces My Real Life

    By Mikiesboy, in Non-Fiction. 11/13/2015 (Updated: 01/02/2019)

    Stories from my time on the street, in no particular order.

  10. Coming Out for Athletes

    By Hunter Thomson, in Non-Fiction. 12/29/2015 (Updated: 07/08/2016)

    Coming out has never been so fun. Follow me on my journey as I come out to various teams and fellow athletes. These are true stories, though names have been changed to protect everyone's identities.

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    Via Contorta - a Stein-ish tale of lunacy in motion

    By Lux Apollo, in Non-Fiction. 05/29/2016 (Updated: 05/29/2016)

    A brief take on my life up until now written in a very stylized idiom inspired by Gertrude Stein.

  12. Story Prompts, Articles, and Ramblings

    By Jason Rimbaud, in Fiction. 09/26/2018 (Updated: 10/06/2018)

    A place for story prompts, true to life tales, articles, and pointless ramblings.

  13. Variations on Death

    By Drak, in Fiction. 02/13/2015 (Updated: 02/13/2015)

    A collection of short stories and essays, each less than one thousand words, about death, loss, and the supernatural.

  14. The New Job

    By Altimexis, in Summer - Ending and Beginnings. 12/30/2010 (Updated: 12/30/2010)

    This fictional story is a semi-autobiographic account of the author's decision to come out to his wife. (2007 Spring Anthology - Endings and Beginnings)

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