ACC in 2019: August

ACC in 2019 nears its end as Summer reaches its conclusion. Enjoy more peeks at the future, including looks at ACC 20/20, and continuations of the content you’ve come to love: Anna Farmer, Self-Shame, Starlight, and more! Monday, August 5th- “Ranking the MCU” (Opinion) Thursday, August 8th- “Issue #6: Starlight” (Starlight) Monday, August 12th- “My […]

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Starlight Annual #1: Starlight

Starlight is a series I started writing for fun in 2016, written in the “style” of a comic book.  As such, this is not my best writing, but it’s something I had fun doing. Stargazing Doctor Shropp (Narration): I remember when I was little, I thought that the starlight was beautiful. The issue opens with a young Doctor Shropp sitting on her father’s knee as they stargaze from the […]

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Uncle Sam (Anna, Farmer #4)

Upon her return to Steppe Hills, Anna was brought to the assistant principal who informed her in a very severe tone that she was suspended. At this, Anna raised her hand and very politely asked what being suspended entailed, and was subsequently informed it meant she would not be allowed at school for a few […]

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Poem: Poison

Venom never leaves, Your skin, your pores, your heart Let it simmer in the Summer winds Nevermore will you know peace But when the light hits your crooked veins Breathe in, and taste the life

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Starlight #5: Starlight

Starlight is a series I started writing for fun in 2016, written in the “style” of a comic book.  As such, this is not my best writing, but it’s something I had fun doing. Part One The issue begins at the front door of Cadmus’ house. Parker is waiting by the door, looking conflicted. After a moment of hesitation, he walks nervously up to the door and presses the […]

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Short Story: Below

It had been ever so many years since Adelaide had seen the sky but that was to be expected. Children of the Lights were to be treasured, kept far underground- Adelaide knew this. Being a Child of the Lights was an honor- a true honor- and Adelaide was eternally grateful that the Lights had chosen […]

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