In 1955, Camus prefaced The Stranger and remarked that Meursault is “the only Christ we deserve”. The Stranger by Albert Camus is a philosophical novel concerning the Absurd: the conflict between human tendency to seek inherent value and meaning in … Continue reading Embrace the Absurd by Joy Z.
Her name was Kolai. She was ice, with a fire behind her eyes. Her age was a foggy number, hidden with makeup and lies. Perhaps late twenties, but it was difficult to be sure. She was candy; sweet and … Continue reading Kolai by Ava M.
Miscarry Avrel F. A Poem About Audrey Hepburn I feel empty but I continue on with my life because there are people rooting for me cheering from the sidelines, filled with a terrible mix of envy and love If only … Continue reading Miscarry by Avrel F.
It was the 29th of November and faint snow had started to fall, covering every inch of the city with a white layer. It looked like nearly every person in the city was outside running about with their winter holiday … Continue reading Powdered Croissants Aren’t For Everyone by Sophia K.