In Regret by Kate Chopin, we have the theme of loss, loneliness, detachment, commitment, love, independence, and responsibility. Taken from her A Night in Acadie collection the story is narrated in the third person by an unnamed narrator.
This is one of the most famous and recognizable poems ever written by the great Maya Angelou.
From the Simpsons to movies, The Monkey's Paw is a classic short story that has been told over and over through the last hundred plus years.
Jim has sold his watch in order to buy the combs for Della even as she has sold her hair to buy the watch chain for Jim. Like the Magi, those wise men who invented the tradition of Christmas giving, both Della and Jim have unwisely sacrificed the greatest treasures of their house for each other.
For today's classic poem, we have Edgar Allan Poe's The Haunted Palace.
The timeless poem, Annabel Lee, by Edgar Allan Poe.
Inspired by the Burke and Hare murders of 1828, ‘The Body Snatcher’ is a gothic tale that follows two med students, involved in crimes of grave robbing, in order to keep their anatomy professor supplied with instructional cadavers.
For you classic horror story fans out there, we have for you one of the best: The Call of Cthulhu, by H.P. Lovecraft.
As we close out National Poetry Month, we felt it a good idea to share one of the most famous poems of all time. This one will forever be labeled as a classic.
Sometimes we let the weight of the world drag us down to great depths of despair. Other times, we tie those weights around our own necks through bad choices and poor decisions. This flash fiction piece by Christen Sweat shows how self-destruction can easily become an addiction.
This weeks featured writer, Rocky Hutson, takes us out into the open, exposing us to the raw underbelly of nature itself and its feelings toward human kind with his short story, King of Crows.
This weeks featured writer, Christen Sweat, gives us a peek into the world you only see when you are living it with her flash fiction piece, Forgotten.
Take a brief escape into a world of beauty with this weeks featured writer, LG Rogers; who transports us to a unique scene with this wonderful flash fiction piece.