Fate Knocked at My Door

Fate Knocked at My Door

Fate Knocked at My Door By Laila El-Sisssi ; That evening while the sun prepared to set, we followed the daily mealtime routine. Around the dining table, we settled into the seats our father had assigned. With Rawyia to my right, I sat as rigid and brittle as an old...
Travel Musings By P.J. Walsh

Travel Musings By P.J. Walsh

Travel Musings By Paul Walsh ; Why do we travel? My great-great-grandparents traveled to America from Ireland because of the potato famine. That was a pretty good reason; no point in hanging around the old bog when there’s nothing left to do but starve to death. My...
Habibi By Rebecca Kiswani

Habibi By Rebecca Kiswani

Habibi By Rebecca Kiswani ; Melissa’s age never stops her from getting what she wants. She started smoking when  she was eleven. A year later she went to parties with her brother, confiscated keys from drunk people and drove them home in exchange for ten dollars. Now,...