Kate Walbert redefines marriage by exploring its disjointed sides during a pandemic.
Mystery Meets Sci-Fi & Fantasy: A Review of The Detective is Already Dead by Nigozyu
With our blind trust in the characters and text, Nigozyu sneakily surprises us with curve balls that prevents us from ever jumping to conclusions.
Desperate Love: Review of “The Case for and Against Love Potions” by Imbolo Mbue
After reading this story, readers may wonder whether a love potion is worth the trouble and risk.
Blue Pills as Always
Across this textured face, I count all the bleeding and irritated spots, hooking onto them with my eyes and making sure that each and every unwanted citizen of a pimple on the once-clear expanse of my face is ingrained in my mind.
Bitter Reality: Review of Douglas Stuart’s Short Story “The Englishman”
This story entails an impressively raw and explicit depiction of David’s queer sexuality through the unconventional means of a financially and sexually beneficial relationship.
The Gender Binary of Directors and Editors: A Retrospective Look into The Twilight Saga
Crisp, icy air fills our lungs, whispering, pulling us inward into the fauna-choked landscape of Forks, Washington. Residing inside this quaint town, someone of equal brilliance: perfectly tousled hair, cold skin, brooding saunter, piercing eyes, and a slightly outdated fashion sense. Sound familiar? We’ve stepped into the glorious world of Twilight filled with fantastical vampires, bloody violence, and of course, romance.