Ariadne When you found me I was burdened and laden With secrets and responsibilities: There was a maze and labyrinth And a monster on my mind. You, a thinker, You dared to surmount this maze, This labyrinth that no man Dared attempt before With any laurels. And I let you. I guided … Continue reading Adriadne by Maren Thompson (with Author Commentary)
THE 21-DAY WRITING CHALLENGE IS UNDERWAY! Participate in Inkwell’s Annual Writing Challenge! The challenge begins Sunday, November 5th. Write 400 Words daily for 21 Days Complete 15 days to be entered in a drawing Complete 21 days to win a free combo meal from Arby's Drawing prizes: Barnes and Nobles gift cards! Email email@example.com to enter in the … Continue reading 21-Day Writing Challenge
Candace Black entered, relishing the opportunity to encourage others to write. She faced a room of eager students at Bethany Lutheran College on a Tuesday night. Wearing a sea blue shirt and dangling necklace, Candace discussed how her life experience has molded her most recent book of poems, Whereabouts, published by Snake Nation Press. Throughout … Continue reading An Evening with Candace Black by Leah Zacate
Year: Senior Major: Studio Art Minor: Art History Meet Kirsten Elyea, a young lady who has been vastly interested in drawing ever since she was little. Drawing has always been something that has come naturally to her, and the love of creating her own pieces has moved her into the Ylvisaker Fine Arts Center (YFAC) … Continue reading Kirsten Elyea Profile by Lydia Lonnquist
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 sound of guards chatting idly. Thump. I vaulted the fence … Continue reading Multitasking by Sarah Oas
Morning is nearing! The sun peeking out over the corn fields light not yet blinding but a picturesque tangerine grapefruit juice spilling onto the dawn. The brisk breeze caressing, its touch brings goosebumps shivers of delight. Its freshness clears the spoiled air yesterday left behind. Grace Bollhagen is a sophomore at Bethany and … Continue reading Lately, I’ve Been Biting Instead of Licking My Ice Cream by Grace Bollhagen
Joseph Kinstler is best known for his striking imagery and ability to convey an idea quickly. He is an Illustrator/Graphic Artist and Concept Designer currently living in the Midwest. If you want to keep an eye on any of his work, he posts regularly on Instagram and Facebook.