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Lemons

By Adam Zook, Guest Writer

March 25, 2014

Filed under 2014 Short Story Contest, Student Work

Mrs. Hagan never received many visitors, mostly because of the secluded place she lived. It was a small, ranch style house, along a windy country road with few neighbors. A widow, whose children moved away when bands like Poison...

The Work of an Artist

By Emily Beam, Guest Writer

March 25, 2014

Filed under 2014 Short Story Contest, Student Work

“Peter, what do you think Teacher and that lady were talking about?” I asked my older brother. No reply. “Peter? Peter!” “Huh?” “I said, what do you think Teacher and that lady were talking about?” “Uhhh…I...

Pendulum

By Angela Wilkins, Guest Writer

March 25, 2014

Filed under 2014 Short Story Contest, Student Work

Blessed darkness. I was somewhere lost between the dream world and reality when suddenly, a blinding light flashed bright, penetrating through my thin, pink eyelids. It felt like the sun was only 6 feet above my fluttering eyelashes,...

Down On The Upside

By Stephen Garman, Guest Writer

March 24, 2014

Filed under 2014 Short Story Contest, Student Work

Michael lay unconscious bleeding in the bed next to his friend, Eric Miles, while men and women in pale scrubs blurred around the room. “He’s crashing get him stabilized,” the red-faced doctor shouted, pointing to Eric...

The Landslide

By Jordan Wiser, Guest Writer

March 24, 2014

Filed under 2014 Short Story Contest, Student Work

The buzzing sound of the alarm clock was the reminder that today was the day that Josh and I would be going rock climbing. As I drew back the bedroom curtains all I could see was the blazing sun in the sky. I've been looking forward...

I’ll Always be There

By Ashley Miller, Guest Writer

March 24, 2014

Filed under 2014 Short Story Contest, Student Work

It was painful to watch; the way her hair sailed to the ground with the harsh sounds of the clippers ripping at her hair. She didn't deserve this. The room was a dark blue-gray color, making her raven-colored hair seem like silky...

Bourbon and Nuts

By Davina Lee, Guest Writer

March 24, 2014

Filed under 2014 Short Story Contest, Student Work

I always suspicioned sanity was overrated; I suppose that’s how I ended up coming to this place. I took a deep breath before passing through the wrought-iron gates that led to the turning point of my career. The garden was well-kept,...

It Happened That Night

By Amber Chamberlain, Guest Writer

March 24, 2014

Filed under 2014 Short Story Contest, Student Work

I woke up to a strange woman screaming “Thank God, she’s awake, she’s awake!” I couldn’t feel most of my body. I didn’t know my name, or who the woman was that was screaming with tears rolling down her cheeks. I opened...

The Woods

By Grace McKernan, Guest Writer

March 24, 2014

Filed under 2014 Short Story Contest, Student Work

Darkness shrouds my vision and where ever I search for light I find a deeper darkness. My head whipping around violently, I long for even the slightest ray of light to reach my face. I slow my breath, trying to calm down and observe...

Worth the Wait

By Mary Beth Raabe, Guest Writer

March 24, 2014

Filed under 2014 Short Story Contest, Student Work

“No! Please don’t shoot!” I shouted in the middle of the crowded airport. Darn these nightmares. Every time I shut my eyes, I had flashbacks of the war. Some people call it Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, but I just consider...

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