“Whalebone” by Jennifer Woolard

Winner of the 2019 Undergraduate MoRe Prize By the time we’d uncovered the whalebone our legs were already thorned dusted, turning indigo with evening. The afternoon spent running, spent tunneling through the eucalyptus that hung in the windless air. Your hands were still balmed with sagebrush, still stained with the sea figs we’d opened too […]

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Writer’s Block

By Nikki Groom The pencil moves. Your thoughts flutter. The words come off the page like a movie of the mind. Everything flows. A black page appears. Your thoughts gone. The words disappear. Writer’s block begins. How can you reverse it? You try a break. Nothing. A walk. A game. A movie. People watching. Nothing […]

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Releasing Tension

By Brenda Martin Writing is a combination of art and skill which allows me the freedom to express my personal reflections or untamed imagination. Although I do my best to scribble something in my personal journal daily, I manage to jot down my thoughts, feelings and daydreams at least several times weekly. I find this […]

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