Checkmate!

By Tatyana Turner In mid-September, I had elected to write a piece for my narrative non-fiction class about the chess scene in New York City. Although I don’t play the sport,  I had always been fascinated when I’d pass through Union Square or Washington Square Park. Players would be hunched over the chess table, fingers […]

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Awaken

By Mark Turner Dawn varies from dusk to dawn for a reason Their hours of light between them gleams from season to season Yet hate and anger are acceptable and in fashion. Embolden now by a deluge of falsehoods and empirical passions Determined to follow the ventriloquist set Bound to enter another cynical stage of […]

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