Vol. 2, Issue 3

“The search for freedom can bring constant growth in spirit and in mind, even into old age.”

— Dorin Shumacher, ‘Gatsby’s Child’

Gatsby’s Child | Book Review

Gatsby’s Child | Book Review

Gatsby’s Child by Dorin Schumacher ISBN 978-1-7320091-6-5 Mastodon Publishing, Oct. 2018 Nonfiction 234 pp., $18.00 Glossy Frenetic Family Dysfunction Equal parts chilling and nostalgic, Dorin Schumacher’s memoir, Gatsby’s Child, is one of those memoirs that lingers...
Opacity: Part Two | Fiction

Opacity: Part Two | Fiction

T.W. Emotional and sexual abuse **Click here to read Part 1** “Yes, I’m sorry, I was trying to figure that out, princess. If I could turn down the light maybe I’d be able to see you.” She took her hands and steadied their frantic dance by using them to lock his face...
Old Truck and Good Dogs | Photography

Old Truck and Good Dogs | Photography

Old Truck and Good Dogs This was taken in a large Southern city. A city where good people, with well-pampered pets at home, cringe at the site of dogs riding in the rear of a pickup truck. I may have become of those people, but THIS truck and THESE dogs brought back...

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