Natalie Belford is a graduate from The King’s College in New York City.
As a lover of all things books, she often finds herself lost in words.
As I sit here in my room, listening to Victorian London ambience, a question from my school reading popped into my head. “Now, why would I want to listen to some academia nerd about literature?” I’m sure that’s what you’re all thinking. Well, I can say this with confidence: interpretation of the arts is somethingContinue reading “Does Interpretation of Literature Destroy the Purpose of the Art?”
Sweat clings to me, my shirt, my sheets. Dreams tug me back into their arms, pulling me until my eyes tear away from familiar shadows cast by the dull lamps that flicker outside. Lucidity opens her arms and lets me go; lets me fall into the storm of jumbled thoughts and ideas that are tingedContinue reading “Diagnosis Psychosis”
Smoke creeps through the streets, greeting each piece of rubble with a whip and a lick of satisfaction. Sirens accompany the silence that routinely falls upon the city after a night of raids. Calm amidst chaos: an unsettling, yet compatible pairing. Matya balances between an overturned kitchen sink and a slab of concrete, reaching forContinue reading “Necropolis”