Questioned

Photo by Willy Rizzo I was sitting alone at a café and I was arguing with my friends online. Their words stroke me like a giant meteor and I was the dinosaurs, maybe their intentions were caring but this does not change the fact that I got hurt because the arguments came from my closest... Continue Reading →

The Invitations – A Short Story by Berfin Özlem Erden

It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen which meant that we, the workers of Dunder Mifflin Construction Company, were half-way through on our lunch break. I was sitting next to Nick, one of the engineers, and listening to Brenda and George go on and on about their wedding.... Continue Reading →

Emma and Her Phone

A short story by Büşra Kurt Emma and Her Phone Once upon a night in 2017, little Emma was away in her night-strolling with her favourite Spotify-list on her earbuds. After parking her bicycle to a ragged iron stick coming out of the pedestrian road, she walked through the park which was basically designed with... Continue Reading →

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