Words

Original short by John A. McCaffrey INT. – NEW YORK APT – PRESENT DAY The lights in the studio apartment are dimmed. Jack (30) sits on the brown leather couch in the center of the apartment, flipping through channels on TV, his feet up on the coffee table in front of him. He begins tapping […]

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Easter Dresses

I woke up Easter morning to a picture my brother sent me of my baby niece dressed up in her special Easter outfit. She was crouching down, with the white skirt of her dress gently touching the floor and covering her legs like a tent, surrounding her little body. A white cardigan covered her tiny […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Have Gone in the First Place

Original short by Samantha Schoech INT. – MOTEL 6 – LATE NIGHT Lights are dimmed in a dingy motel room. Smoke rises from the half-lit cigarette sitting in the ashtray on a night stand next to the bed. A table sits off to the right of the room, where the window is open and overlooking […]

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Wildwood Days

It is always nice to have a taste of home when I am away at school for a few months at a time and do not have the opportunity to return to the island at all. I become homesick sometimes, being away from the smell of the salt air floating off the ocean, or the […]

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Friends from Home

Last Thursday night marked the start to an epic weekend, and the weekend was epic for a number of reasons. To start, Thursday nights are always free entry for ladies at all of the most popular bars situated on Greenville’s downtown Fifth Street strip—exciting because the bars here are always packed with lines out the […]

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