Feature: Thinh’s Limelight Art Exhibit

With the overhead sun casting shadows through the lattice-laced fence guarding the city, or perhaps maybe just built-in as a way to enhance the area’s overall toughness, I’m overwhelmed completely by how lackluster and industrial Hawthorne is in both superficiality and index.

Daniel Wallock Survivor

Nonfiction: Survivor by Daniel Wallock

A river of reds with tides of gray. The room was white. Tattered with rips of dark purple and tight staples of black. Survivor of four heart surgeries. At fourteen it was no longer faded, rather a vivid image. Before me, a chest threshed, a heart malformed, and a body at war with life.

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