Prolong the nights By shortening the days twilight marches onto sunrise marches onto Dusk The day’s birdsong are sirens to the night’s stars You look out the window & drink in the light of the moon You ink notes of its progression across the sky You watch the stars twinkle into oblivion A calm &… Continue reading Dreaming of Insomnia
By Hero Takeyama On January 1st, 2017, Hero Takeyama finished his 20th revolution around the sun. It was an average day for him filled with work, debt and the obligations of working life. The only thing the occasion brought him was a heavy dose of existential dread which prompted questions. Dark questions. Questions that ranged… Continue reading Happy Birthday, Hero
Devlin Thomas may be the single best thing that happened to Hollow Grove. Despite what the naysayers might tell you, Thomas is the most qualified candidate to handle many of the problems that plague this town.
By Mariela Hudson Must I opine, dear readers? You already know how this is going to go. I’ll write something about the unfortunate results of this Tuesday’s mayoral election and my editor, September Knight, will hack it down to a more sanitized version for your consumption. But I’m not one to hold my tongue even… Continue reading A Mistake, Thy Name is Thomas
I watched as they played with my wife’s jawbone. The unruly neighbor kids from up the road were making their runs again. They traveled up and down the neighborhood, spreading their usual juvenile havoc. In their gluttonous carousing, they made an appearance in the stores on Cedar’s drive, zipping through the aisles with no real… Continue reading My Wife’s Jawbone
In Response to Complaints Against Our “Halloween Service Announcement“ By Mariela Hudson We here at Hollow Weekly take our jobs very seriously. Being the only real source of local news, we have a responsibility to this community to deliver informative and high quality content. And so, it is with a heavy heart that this reporter… Continue reading An Apology
Penned by Your Reflection In the end, we all become monsters. I’m not speaking metaphorically. Ask yourself: What really classifies a monster? Many would suggest apparitions of horror–terror and evil embodied in physical form and left to wreak havoc on the mortal within us all. Inexplicably, these horrific apparitions take the form of cuddly creatures… Continue reading A Halloween Service Announcement