tips and tricks

Want to write something for the anthology but not sure where to start? Here are some of our favorite types of creative nonfiction that may inspire you.


Phantom Cat

By Marissa Solomon

Owl eyes that never blink and heavy paws that thump forevermore down
the stairs.


I Think He’s Lonely

By Lilianna Smith

To this day, even when I don’t utter a word to him, he supports my dreams. I don’t think I even realize the depth of my own selfishness. Am I a monster?


A Phantom Body

By Ash Alexander

The beginning of a new era through the lens of acceptance of oneself while struggling with understanding who you are.



By Rachel Reeser

It was a beautiful day to celebrate.