Two Poems by Claire Zlotnicki

          Claire Zlotnicki is pursuing a Women’s and Gender Studies degree at the College of Charleston. She graduated from the...

Visual Arts by Jules Kaempf

          Jules Kaempf is a sophomore at the College of Charleston, and is currently in the process of changing her...

AWP Experience Day 1: How I learned to stop fighting and love dim-sum

I’ve decided to keep a daily journal of my experiences so far at my first AWP. This year’s conference seems so far to be...

Works by Michael Williams

  Michael Williams is a sophomore at C of C who is double majoring in Arts Management and Studio Art with a minor in...
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Three Poems by Marlena Kolesinska

Fly Fishing They don’t even know what they’re sitting on, waiting in the cabin of the car­­– brimming with brawn. Through the windows, they...

Poems and Visual Art by Morgan Bradham

What It’s Like to Live in Charleston The air is not crisp but can tell you still Of the rouse which may hide behind...

Miscellany/Hasley Crossover Contest Winner: Fossilized Sound (The Eternal Concerto of Archaboilus musicus) by Theodore Carrigan-Broda

Fossilized Sound THE ETERNAL CONCERTO OF ARCHABOILUS MUSICUS Inanimate insect in amber immured, Rigidified resin, vermillion contours, Within which a cricket’s frail figure perdures—...
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Poem by Jake Keim: “Swan Song”

Swan Song As the casket is lowered down, silence remains except for crunching gravel under feet. Conversation starts amongst the mourners. I walk, unknown,...
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Short Story by Jake Keim: “Working Down to His Bones”

Working Down to His Bones The ceaseless droning of the office was torturous to Richard. There was always typing, sporadic as the different speeds...
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Short Story by Jake Keim: “Family Matters”

Family Matters Noel packed the last of her papers, notebooks, and folders into her bag. She made her rounds in her classroom one last...