Essays, Philosophy, Words

Moral Economy: An Original Economic Form for the Human Condition: Teodros Kiros

Teodros Kiros, PhD Originally Published in the Journal of the Research Group on Socialism and Democracy Online, March 13, 2011 by sdonline MAAT was to ancient Egypt as Wisdom was to ancient Greece. Wisdom was to Plato’s aristocratic regime as …

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Contests, Fiction

Student Fiction Contest

The three winners will receive Amazon or iTunes gift cards: $75 (1st Prize), $50 (2nd Prize), or $25 (3rd Prize) and their stories will be published as part of a special feature in FUSION Magazine. All entries will be considered for publication.

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Contests, Creative Nonfiction

Student Creative Nonfiction Contest

FUSION Magazine Student Creative Nonfiction Contest: Stories Based on Real Life   FUSION Magazine: Global Art, Words, and Music is proud to announce a Student Creative Nonfiction contest. We’re looking for writing that is vital, ripe and engaging. Writing that …

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Hometown Memories: Spring 2014

Creative Nonfiction, Words

Hometown Memories: Spring 2014

As I reach Woodlands train station, everything and everyone is moving in the speed of lightning. The human traffic moves like a colony of ants, coming from various directions. I soon realized that if I had stopped walking, everyone is going to crash into one another. Access control gates slams inward and outward like huge resounding metals in a factory. They go in sync and people go through them as quickly as they can – afraid the gates might just slam them. I walk without a care in the world. 7am: I am on my way to school.

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Creative Nonfiction, Volume 4

Chasing Song

Cordelia Vizcaino Leal I open my eyes to blinding powder, white light. A blurry view after what feels like an eternity of darkness. I blink hard to melt the snowflakes stuck in my weary eyes, and adjust my vision. Fingers …

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Creative Nonfiction, Volume 4

Eating Together

Nicholas Salvador “Nikko! Get the table ready, the food is done!” Piping hot bowls filled with bakareta, a beef stew with tomato sauce, carrots, and potatoes, and pancit, a noodle dish. My dad serves all of us. My …

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Poetry, Volume 4

The Arboretum

Erin Snyder A woman in a burgundy trench coat, felted black hat, feather topped, harboring a thick Boston accent meets you on the Linden Path. Because you look her in the eye she asks you if you pray, if you …

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Poetry, Volume 4

Starfish, Sleeping

Seph Hamilton In my sea-combed hair You blink awake.   With your languid ray Push gold behind my ear.   Tell me of the pearls I am to wear. …

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Poetry, Volume 4

Raspberry Sorbet

April Gompers A girl with lips the color
 Of raspberry sorbet
 Takes a drag of her last cigarette,
 Or so she says.
 She dips a small wand
 Into a barrel of soapy liquid, 
 Reflecting her face in rainbows,
 And her …

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Poetry, Volume 4

Stained Glass Sea

April Gompers The colored air that we breathe
 Ricochets from the waves
 Of a stained glass sea.
 And I know that the ceiling is only concrete,
 But I feel it elevate me,
 Almost making me believe.
 I want so badly …

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Poetry, Volume 4

Untitled

Erica Charis A mother’s tongue forges sounds into syllables blowing gently on the sparks of recognition, traveling from attentive ears to amazed eyes, lighting the fresh kindling in an old hearth. Moi, Dich, We. Embers radiate beneath the newer wood…

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Poetry, Volume 4

first/last

Paige Chaplin i can only picture this now: your starfish body melting into stale bedsheets alone. when once, underneath the same collapsible cotton roof, we loved each other for the first time. i cannot say i remember how it felt…

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