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Epilogues: Are They Necessary?

By: AutumnMooncakesMay 18, 2016

What do The Hunger Games, the Trylle trilogy, The Age of Innocence and Harry Potter have in common? They all end with probably-unnecessary epilogues.

 

It’s all very nice to show what the main characters are doing several years in the future, but must we really see

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The Experiment

By: AutumnMooncakesMay 14, 2016

This story is meant to be a prequel to the animated short film Rosa.

Plants, animals, humans and machines. Four separate species. Until now.

It had taken decades of research to find enough connections between them. To build a system that would sustain all of them.

It had

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A Poem Of Hurt

By: staarxxmarieeMay 12, 2016

1 cut, 2 cut, 3 cut, 4

Slit my wrist, blood on the floor.

1 slice, 2 slice, 3 slice, 4

Open cuts will soon be sores.

1 chop, 2 chop, 3 chop, 4

Self-harming down to my core.

1 dice, 2 dice, 3 dice, 4

There's a blood trail to

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Some Weird College Courses

By: AutumnMooncakesMay 9, 2016

Art of Competitive StarCraft:

http://kotaku.com/5141355/competitive-starcraft-gets-uc-berkeley-class

 

The Science of Superheroes:

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Untitled

By: MuffinsWillRuleTheWorldFebruary 20, 2016

I

am

a

too-full

cup

of

emotions

spilling over like sand in my hands

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Update on Mr. Perfect

By: jennyformooseFebruary 2, 2016

A bazillion years ago (it's probably only like a year, to be honest), I wrote a somewhat lengthy article about Mr. Perfect.

Well, Sparklers, cue the music --

I still haven't found Mr. Perfect.

Surprised?

But the truth is, there is NO Mr. Perfect out there, really. Just a

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15 Word Story

By: soccer2rules<333January 14, 2016

Last night I said so long, not goodnight. I wonder if he’ll notice the difference.

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Final Exam

By: AutumnMooncakesJuly 27, 2016

Brion comes out of the exam hall dejected. He had studied hard, but even that hadn’t prepared him fully for the exam questions. He does not expect a good score. At least, not anything that his parents would consider good.

When he goes home, his parents

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