Just in Case

A free-write in response to Abby Murray's "Listen" and events that are always too current to keep up with.   Just in Case When I walk the hill to my car, it isn’t until the last stretch when my calves feel on fire, that I slide my arms out from under the straps of my bag, ready … Continue reading Just in Case

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Volume 2: Innovation Now Available

In Layman's Terms

Volume 2: Innovation is now available! You can read it by clicking the “read” button at the top, or simply by clicking here.

Check back periodically for further exploration of the topics brought up in the issue. We will be exploring some of the inspiration behind the pieces and how they relate to the world.

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The Big Dickens

Social security? What’s that?

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“If I could work my will,” said Scrooge indignantly, “every idiot who goes about with ‘Merry Christmas’ on his lips, should be boiled with his own pudding, and buried with a stake of holly through his heart. He should.”       A Christmas Carol

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Will You Stand Up For Me?

I can understand why half of our country voted for Trump. Sincerely, I do. I understand the feeling of being ignored by our government. I understand we need a change and I hope to God that something good comes out of a Trump presidency. What is not okay, is the mentality that Trump is only … Continue reading Will You Stand Up For Me?

On Redirection and Identiy

I was asked recently when FoxholeBrit would be updated and it’s a fair question, because I know it’s a bit bleak at the moment. What I started with was a collection of poems and short stories that I would only update to the blog after receiving feedback from whatever class assigned them. The deeper I … Continue reading On Redirection and Identiy