The Devil's Quill

Division by Zero

February 9, 2019

If you try to divide by zero, it will split like broken glass. It will shatter in shards, And leave behind it a void. It envelops your eraser shavings, Your broken lead, The blood from your paper cuts, All your sins and ...


Hannah Zhang

December 18, 2018

guava tiny little watermelon-lime wrinkly light green old woman skin ruddy pink flesh with off-white seeds guava i don’t know what you taste like i’ve only ever smelled you as a candy and found you on Image...

The Comedy Script

Hannah Zhang

December 18, 2018

In 5th grade, I was head over heels in “love” with a boy named Christian. I didn’t know what love was at the time; I desperately wanted to be his friend, and since I was quite unfamiliar with this feeling, I categorized it ...

silver thread

Hannah Zhang, Poetry Contributor

December 14, 2018

a caterpillar inches along my windowsill. thunder murmurs in the distance, excited by the pattering of gray rain. he is small and brown, with lint stuck to his belly, and it looks as if half of him is gone, limping along the ro...

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