Author Archives: Amneet Mann

June Fiction: Birth (a poem)

by Olya Wickham, Age 18, Australia Artwork by Katie King The fiction prompt of the month for June was “freedom.” Birth Warmth— Surrounded by the affectionate chamber, Like a foot in a sock Or a key in a lock; It traps us in its comforting cage. All I feel is the heat blazing like the fire, Fulfilling my...
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June Fiction: No (short story)

by Sorita Heng, Age 16, Cambodia Artwork by Katie King The fiction prompt of the month for June was “freedom.”   No I always pictured my moment of freedom at some place breathtaking—arms raised at the edge of a cliff somewhere, the sky the only thing I could see for miles, with forests and mountains laid...
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June Fiction: Infinitesimal Freedom (a poem)

by Jadine Ngan, Age 13, Canada Artwork by Katie King The fiction prompt of the month for June was “freedom.”   Infinitesimal Freedom A looming cloud of dappled greys, promising rain against the pale azure hanging over still river waters, is just like every other Overcast morning, storming gale, hazy, settling fog in that it Has a glimmering silver lining,...
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