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Out of the Dark

Out of the Dark

By Lisa Eskinazi

When the darkness dares me to stray
Yet it is comfortable in its beckoning

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Do you Dream in Black and White?

Do you Dream in Black and White?

By Sammie Oliver

Mikhail awoke in the darkness of his room to the sound of quiet voices swimming around him. His eyes moved about the room searching for familiarity, searching for the source of the disembodied speakers.

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Sammie Oliver

I’m a 21-Year-old writer from East Gippsland living with Bipolar and Anxiety disorders. I’ve loved writing since I was a small child, creating imaginary lives where I can escape to and be anyone, anywhere. I write horror, fantasy and sci-fi adult fiction that often explores the dark sides of society and humanity.

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The Most beautiful Thing in the World

The Most beautiful Thing in the World

By Graeme Turner

I have to admit I am a little surprised that Phil doesn’t see it. He just doesn’t appreciate what’s different about Jessica. Of course it’s not the name. I’m very proud of Jessica. Isn’t that what mothers in particular are supposed to be?

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Shanygne Davis

An avid lover of of coffee, puns and all things language, Shanygne is a Physics & IT/Education student who advocates for mental health. She only dabbles in political poetry during one of her hypo-manic episodes – an intense mood associated with her diagnosis. She aspires to show that disability is not scary and debilitating but more like her own motto ” welcome to mental illness, you are now (unlimited)”.

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