755 words by 2 writers in Tokyo & Saskatoon

Stories filed under Arrival

arrival, cryptic, shouldbedoingmath

Arrival at the Scallop Hotel

by Hunter McGregor

Saskatoon — You’re a tasty little treat, but I don’t have a linear understanding of causality. The world was spinning way to fast, even before I started drinking. I looked into the black between the stars, and st...

tokyo, arrival, reminiscing

Ten years to the day. Thirteen hours in the air, giddy on plum wine, too drunk to be scared.

by sophie knight

Tokyo — Unaccompanied but-no-longer minors, hurtling towards our new homes. Twenty kilograms of life packed into a bag. We tumble off the plane into a wall of heat, the night bringing little respite. On the ...

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