Voices: The Painter

by Shannon Magura This piece is a short work of fiction that appeared in our June 2017 SENGVine. The author, Shannon Magura, is going to be a 7th grade student at Heinemann Middle School in Algonquin, IL this fall. She enjoys reading, writing, playing basketball, and...

The Dichotomy of my 2e Child

by Julie F. Skolnick, M.A., J.D.  Your child is amazing. Your child is disrespectful. Your child is bright. Your child cannot write. Your child has such empathy. Your child does not know how others feel. Your child will change the world. Your child does not know how...

My Poppy. My Eesa.

By Maleeha Ahmad I remember it crystal clear. The day he was born. He looked right into my eyes. Turned his head around and stared intently at me. He was ten hours old. Born different. I was a first time mother. Shocked at the prospect of motherhood. Shocked that a...

Fly

Fly by Maddy Casper, age 9 I try to think of myself as someone regular, but everything I do It affects it all.I tell myself-Get backUp and be yourself,You can be anything you want to beAnd fly.Just fly.I don’t fit in with mostPeople, so I guess I’m...

Pin It on Pinterest