Creative Writing

The Cyclone George

By Michelle Rivas I will never forget my experience in September of 1998 when a cyclone named George passed through our island, causing destruction and devastation of my hometown Santa Cruz del Seibo. On September […]

Creative Writing

Grandparent Grief

By Ellen R. Jewart AloneIn grief,No friends near,Alone with my thoughtsWeeping and tears come hourly.Why should it be like this?Why can’t grief be shared among everyone?Even grandparents need closure from a tragedy. Quiet.Not allowedTo mention […]

a memoir from Hilton Head
Creative Writing

Because of Annie

By Sarah Synk, ssynk@worcester.edu   When I was little, my favorite musical was Annie, a musical about an orphan named Annie who wants to find her parents. Although she lives with her evil foster parent named […]

Memoir

Foggy Doors

By Kristen Cuccoli   “All right Zoofey, we’re here,” mom said excitedly from the driver’s seat, calling me by the nickname she came up with one day probably due to her habit of coming up with […]