By Avellina Balestri, April 28, 2016 Word Count: 225 Rating: G Summary: For the birthday of Matthew Hill-Spur, who has inspired me with both the British rebel streak and steady sense of determination We will remember The “failures” The “losers” The “rejects” Who dared to be more Then others allowed In the smallness of their... Continue Reading →
"Oh, mother, please, take him...for the love of his love for you, take him...and give me the words...to set him free...to tell him...where he belongs..."
The trend is to have every hero be “dark” and “edgy.” This habit is why, more than ever, The Phantom is a fun and good piece of entertainment.
"I am no one sir. I have no one. I don't have anywhere to go, and the only thing I can do to remove myself from the equation."
By Sensei Erwin L. Rimban Word Count: 300 Rating: PG Summary: A poem of mythic war. We dreamed the ten thousand chariots In the cold embrace of winter dreams And readied stone and metal, wood and mortar To the silent expectation of our women’s creams. We built the ten thousand chariots With hammer and anvil, stone... Continue Reading →
By M. C. Pehrson Word Count: 58,880 (total) Rating: PG-13 for disturbing imagery reminiscent of Jesus’ Crucifixion Summary: When a Christ-like Savior comes to the planet Vulcan, Spock and his uncle Sparn must decide how to react, and how these unfolding events might affect Spock’s complex and often troubled family life. Chapter 1 "No, this... Continue Reading →