??? I black out sometimes. I was pouring old coffee down the kitchen sink. I watched the black ink swirl and get swallowed down by the malodorous maw. The sound of liquid hitting the outer rim woke me to my senses. It’s a harsh metallic sound like a waterfall beating down on a metal plate.… Continue reading Entry #6: Blackouts
By Mariela Hudson At 11pm sharp most weekdays, the offices of The Hollow Times closes for the day. Locking away its secrets for the next weekday. All human like entities are required to leave the premises at this time lest the CEO suspects them of trying to pilfer an extra minute or two of overtime.… Continue reading Mythic Creatures Rock The Hollow Times
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
By Regina Carlisle So, my Head Editor suggested that I actually discuss art and culture more relevant to today’s mainstream youth. Her disembodied voice said it would make the paper more relevant. We could even spread our influence to the next county. I asked her what she considered relevant to today’s youth culture and after… Continue reading Mainstream Miscellany: Rae Sremmurd “Black Beatles”
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
By September Knight Devlin Thomas makes history today as Hollow Grove’s first democratically elected mayor. Tuesday night was tense in the town of Hollow Grove. After a good year of campaigning, Twitter battles, and Facebook rants, the 2016 mayoral drew to a close with an unprecedented climax. Many a family and friend gathered around their… Continue reading Devlin Thomas Makes History