The Grumpiness Tax

by Whitney Henry

On a normal trip to Rutter’s Convenience Store, during one of my infamous nearly fatal chicken Quesada and frappe deficiency runs, a darker side of humanity revealed itself. I stood rooted to the spot glaring off into an undefined space when a woman approached the counter, pushing past anyone in her way, an aura of … Read more

Elegy to Edie

by Anonymous

Beautiful, bright, clever and thin. You were everything I tried to be. I was so grateful when you promised to teach me how to deceive the world and be perfect just like you. Together we committed to sins that made me strong and better than others. We hid food inside napkins and spewed into the … Read more