Tag: fiction

Back-up Your Conscience by Eileen Heintz

Back-up Your Conscience by Eileen Heintz

A black limousine crawled up to the emptying research building. The chauffer unfolded himself from the front seat, adjusted his cap forward on his head, and took his place at the car’s back door to await his passengers. A well-dressed young couple with a map […]

6 Places to Submit Your Writing and Art by Grace Bollhagen

6 Places to Submit Your Writing and Art by Grace Bollhagen

Have you created something special and want to share it with the world? Do you want to be a published artist or writer? Here are six great literary magazines for undergraduates to send in submissions, other than the campus Inkwell Magazine, of course. Submitting is […]

Interview with Emily Kjeer by Zayne Engel

Interview with Emily Kjeer by Zayne Engel

Recently, Staff member Zayne Engel sat down with Emily Kjeer, Inkwell’s Programs Editor, to talk about how she got started as a writer and what publishing her own work has been like. Below is their interview. Who/what inspired you to start writing? Actually, it was […]

Lloyd the Deplorable by Kristina Carpenter (with author commentary)

Lloyd the Deplorable by Kristina Carpenter (with author commentary)

Lloyd the Deplorable Scene 1 Henrik, a young man in his twenties, walks into the lobby of his apartment building to find AGATHA, who is roughly the same age and is sporting a wedding ring, waiting. AGATHA. Good morning, have you seen your grandmother today? […]

Multitasking by Sarah Oas

The soft whisper of shoes on concrete. A whistle of wind, the sounds of my breathing, faster than it should have been. It was dark, but my eyes were adjusted, and I could see like a cat. I could see lights ahead, and hear the […]