Powders and tablets tumble to the dance floor and six-inch heels grind them into a cocktail of oblivion. The plumes of God-knows-what cloud our faces and soon, we’re all getting fucked up on each other’s shit, syncing our bodies to the pounding bass of the music.
Dear Girl in the Red Sweater, Hi. You don’t know me, but I was walking my dog down North 7th when I saw you coming out of the coffee shop on Bedford. You weren’t with anyone, but you seemed pretty upset. You were on your phone and you had a look of confusion or hurt… Continue reading Sincerely
I can hear the music leaking from the pink earbuds that have snaked their way over her chest and into the port of her cracked phone; She’s snuck into my room again through the fire escape. Probably because this is where all of her secrets live. My sister flicks her thumb over the screen as… Continue reading Shattered
The birds were evil pterodactyls soaring above her; translucent claws spread waiting to tear off her flesh in one swoop.
Sometimes you hear it first. There’s a crinkling noise coming from the corner of your kitchen. You check for the open window, maybe it’s a loose breeze. But it’s been painted shut for years. Something the super should’ve fixed ages ago, considering the fact that it leads out to the fire escape. You shrug your… Continue reading Palmetto Bugs
We as a society have come to a glorious point in time where we have the ability to distribute opinions, pictures of cheeseburgers, and heavily filtered selfies across a variety of platforms. Do you want to post a six second video of you potentially getting arrested? Head to Vine. Need only 120 characters to express… Continue reading The Fake Reality of “Social” Media
ABC’s Mixology – Denver Post He sat next to me, prattling on about the life cycle of plane engines, dumbing it down so that I could wrap my head around the concept of the seven-year degradation process in a multimillion dollar piece of equipment. When he would pause to take a breath, notice my fingernails… Continue reading Girl Night Out