Since Jennifer’s mom is a biker and goes out a lot, Jennifer usually stays at her grandmother’s house where she can have a more stable childhood. Her…
They’ve took prayers out of school and our girls get themselves pregnant and then this ACLU crowd wants us to teach kids how to avoid the consequences…
“Your father phoned.” “My father…? Let me see, let me see... hang on a sec. No, doesn’t ring any bells, sorry.” “Don’t play dumb with me.” “I’m sorry…
RUN BY TESS LIEGEOIS 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 98 Run, I beg the girl in the frame. She’s black and white and squared in silver. The danger is…
THE MAGIC OF SOMETHING BY DAVID JOSEPH NIELSEN 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 98 It all started at a certain point, but who cares about that? It felt…
Once she’d spoken the words “I don’t want to be married any more” there seemed no other conclusion. She couldn’t suck the words back. CONCLUSION BY…
I do want to be a doctor, but I am also attracted to Shakespeare, the plots, the characters, Lear, Hamlet. This sounds weird, don’t laugh at me, but I…
“Wooh, Carol, look at what just came in to take you home,” the bartender called out. Carol looked around, eyes glassy, and saw me. “Hey,” she said. “Hi…
I REMEMBER BY UTE CARSON 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 97
She places a hand on Jack’s arm. Even now I don’t know, you know it don’t you. She laughs, then suddenly serious. Was it simply a performance? She draws…
I pleaded with the teacher, “Please, please, please, I promise—I promise to dear life!—I will never ever do it again!” THE PAPER PLANE BY FRANK KOWAL…
I’ve always encouraged my students to follow their bliss. THE CLASSROOM & LIFE ITS OWN SELF BY JOHN FOLEY 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 96 A kid ran into…
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