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October 14, 2016

First off, I’d like to thank the Lumberyard for supplying me with a Bourbon Peach Mule that consists of Bird Dog Peach Bourbon, fresh lime juice, and ginger beer. Absolutely delicious, if I do say so myself. I also had a white gummy bear shot as well as a pink “lady” s...

October 13, 2016

Stories are not something to be read. They are told. They are lived. Appreciated. Experienced. The storyteller connects to the audience through their evocative words. These words touch the lives of the experienced and fledgling human alike. People listen and relate to...

October 11, 2016

When new projects begin, decisions have to be made. For The Tunnels, these decisions aren’t permanent, but instead are decided every semester at NAU, as a new group of undergraduates find themselves at the head of the magazine. 

For the inaugural student-run issue of Th...

October 10, 2016

Being a freshman thrown into an enormous university in an unfamiliar town is nerve-wracking. Being a freshman, unsure of your major, and sitting in your first day of a creative writing class tips the anxiety scale against your favor. It was easy to sit next to a random...

October 6, 2016

“I started to cry harder. Stop it, I said to myself. Vampires don’t cry, they have no feelings.” 

This is an excerpt from the genius that is Vampires and Tea, the full-length, 500-page book I wrote during a nocturnal summer when I was 12. 

I would wake up around noon and...

October 3, 2016

To be honest, writing is great, but it’s also exhausting as hell. I’ve spent hours reading books until the darkest hours of the morning and always seem to come out with an undeserved confidence that I can write similarly if not better. Never has it happened. I’m not ar...

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