Staff — Fall 2013

Editorial Council Kaitlyn Beck   Chloe Churchill Chloe E. Churchill is a student at the State College of Florida in Venice since 2012. She is currently working towards her associates degree, and hope to graduate from the University of Central Florida with a bachelor’s in British Literature. She writes fantasy and historical fiction short stories,…

Beauty Nature in SCF Venice

by Yeung Tat Sing   Bio: I’m a full time SCF student pursuing A-A General Degree. I saw this content on my Humanity class. This picture I took while driving out of SCF venice campus, I found this very beautiful and I don’t think many people really realize how people our campus actually is.  

Phugs

By ReNieka     Bio: My name is ReNieka Clark, I am a freshman attending the State College of Florida. Art has been a passion since I was a child and I am looking forward to participating in events that require artwork. During High school I have taken 3 college art courses and I have…

Hide & Seek

By Douglas Kolakowski   It always ended up that way, her on the floor and my fists being the cause of it. I never predicted I’d be this kind of person, or that we would have this kind of marriage and though we were once united with love, we fought often. Our issues by morning…

Love Bites

By Raine Inozori   Her eyelashes curled like African grass blowing in the wind. He had been sitting in a restaurant while he waited for her, and the wait had been well worth it. The creature that now sat before him was the most beautiful he had ever seen. She had full, red lips, an…

Lady Lindy’s Landing

By Megan Finsel   They found the first message scribbled on the underside of one of the many shards of metal. This was probably from the nosecone, they assumed. But the wreckage was scattered across the beach, and each piece was a puzzle that slowly explained the unexplainable. The first note sounded as shocked as…

What’s the Song?

By Tim Kujawa   How do you differentiate your best friend from shape shifting androids who have a copy of said friend’s memories? That’s the inconvenient question Sawyer had to answer as he held his gun at two Geoff’s, only one was his friend.  He had to think of a question to ask them that…

The Calm Serenity of Knowing

By William Hugel   Come and get it while it’s hot, Come and get it while it’s hot The orange bottles that will sink you into the blissful “I don’t give a fuck, let me be” drudgery of what is to be your high school career   Listen little boy Listen little boy I’ve got…

My Son and I

By Rebekah Sanders     Bio: My name is Rebekah Sanders. I enjoy drawing, however I do not typically have the time to do it.  I am a single mother, currently working on achieving my degree to pursue nursing. I am eager to start my career. I don’t have much time for hobbies, but I…

Figment Memory

by: Brandie Hyde My little feet dangle as it’s terribly difficult to sit still when one is so young, and packed with energy.  Our booth is situated against the large pane glass window with lettering on it that was backwards and forgettable, yet unobtrusive as it did not interfere with my view of the sidewalk,…