My Body

by Peggy Wang| Today, he made me a new finger. It looked like all my other fingers, but without the red nail polish. “You need to be careful in the kitchen.” He smiled at me. He loved fixing my body in his image. “This is what a woman is supposed to look like.” He told…

Innocence

by Melissa Chang| Adam smiled at me today. I can’t describe the immense feeling of bliss I get in the pit of my stomach whenever I’m around him. We’ve only been colleagues for a few weeks, but he is by far the most astounding man working here. I can’t help but wonder why he is…

Delicious Summonings

by Lisa Chao| “I’ve never cooked for anyone before.” He told me. It tasted too good for a novice cook, but I was inclined to fall into his web of lies because he was just as delicious as the food he’d cooked. And then I felt it. Like an old truck, my tummy rumbled. I…

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