• Eventide

    Noun: the end of the day, evening (old English) The sun dipped behind the trees that stood jagged and tall around the crumbing path of dirt and rock. A light wind rustled between leaves and pinecones dangling from branches above.…

  • Green

    It didn’t happen until this summer—the summer the stress went away, the summer she was coming back. It all started with the color green—in her eyes, her clothes, and everywhere outside.  It was life and joy among dirt and failure.…

  • Where It All Went Wrong | 7

    “I definitely did not write the book.” Lucy stood facing the  group, Piper, Enzo, and Sullivan, from the village in the woods. She took a step back. “It’s like a hundred years old.” “Lucy,” Enzo chuckled, “hasn’t anyone ever told…

  • Charlie | Ep. 8

    Ep. 8 It was so wrinkled, wrinkled to the point where it was soft. The words were almost completely faded. The corners were starting to tear.           10 tonight at the park. I’m leaving.  Charlie had…

  • Dream Catcher

    Fantasy: Write about fairies, gnomes, elves, or other mythical creatures. Kate took a deep breath, closed her eyes, and slowly let it out. She felt her body melt into the air around her and just like that, she was a…

  • Charlie | Ep. 7

    “Charlotte, you are missing dust. Don’t skip the corners.” Charlie nodded towards her mother, but refrained from eye contact. This was her punishment, cleaning. A couple of weeks ago, she had neglected to leave a note with her whereabouts when…

  • Charlie | Ep. 6

    “What’s so funny?” Evan jogged back over, holding the poop bag an arms distance away. Charlie giggled. “Worst part of the job?” He scratched the back of his neck, looking to his outstretched arm. “Yeah, I don’t really like it.”…

  • Charlie | Ep. 2

    Ep. 2 “Well,” Charlie’s mother tapped her foot, “what do you have to say for yourself?” Charlie’s eyes veered up to the top of the door frame. “I’m sorry and next time I’ll leave a note telling you what I’m…