A young boy named James found himself coming down the dew-darkened driveway of the house his parents used to live in. His stomach had caved in. He’d wasted most of his time wondering—why? All about him, autumn spoke. Gentle hymns, melodies gliding between bass and treble, bawling and shrieking. Without trepidation, he entered. Sealed rooms…Read more “Saudade”


“Mastication (The Wendigo Children)”

  Outside, the snow enveloped the timberline and buzzards froze upon their perches, waiting. The survivors of the crash had been trapped in the cabin for so long now; the unforgiving ice had packed itself up against every exit, barricading the doors and windows. The wooden beams of the cabin creaked continuously beneath the weight…Read more “Mastication (The Wendigo Children)”

Interview with UMAR TURAKI

"It’s what drives them, whether you are speaking about dealing with temptation, or fighting a dark aspect of your nature and trying to rise above that, or trying to outlive your past, or having dreams that seem unachievable, or even being in love, or finding grace and peace at a point in your life that…Read more Interview with UMAR TURAKI