The Send-Away Girl
Back in the day, a young working woman learns of the tremendous price she must pay for freedom—over and over again. Read story in Agni
Life? or Theatre?
For children trying to outsmart the game of poverty, coping mechanisms can become more of a prison than disadvantage—and a choice must be made. Read story
“Would you die for your art?” is a question we’ve heard before. But how far would you go to hold on to it? Would you die? Would you marry a big fat man? Read story
Henry James said that “a good ghost story . . . must be connected at a hundred points with the common objects of life.” This story asks what’s behind a haunting—a ghost or a poet’s own regret. Read story