|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|Audubon's Rifle - John James Audubon||Elizabeth Gordon||
For John James Audubon, his greatest joy and ambition is painting beautiful pictures of birds, but to do so he must, literally, destroy the very creatures he loves.
|DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN EVOLUTION - Georgia||Rae Binstock||
A defense of the Civil War from a Southern perspective--more sadness and delusion than glory and grandeur.
|DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN EVOLUTION - Grace||Rae Binstock||
A reminder of all the time, energy, and blood that went into making change in the 20th century...and needs to go into change now.
|DOWN IN MISSISSIPPI - A Hero - Jimmy||Carlyle Brown||
Before he can change the world, Jimmy has to change himself.
|DOWN IN MISSISSIPPI - It Hurt Me In My Heart - Ellen||Carlyle Brown||
College student Ellen comes of age and finds a cause that sets her heart afire.
|DOWN IN MISSISSIPPI - We're Going to the Courthouse! - Jimmy||Carlyle Brown||
Jimmy sees the plight of his Mississippi brethren and finds he has a gift for convincing people to vote.
|Let Me Be Extreme||Elizabeth Gordon||
A riff on why we should be "extreme"—not in hate but in powerful, courageous, beautiful love.
|MIRACLE PERSON - Phuong (Extended Version)||Elizabeth Gordon||
Phuong, an older Vietnamese immigrant, tells the unlikely story of how she came to be at the Taiwan airport, on the verge of seeing her family for the first time in 25 years.
|Seemingly Racist Gestures - Person||Elizabeth Gordon||
Based on true events, an Asian-American baseball fan takes on Sports Illustrated for its failure to call out racism when it occurs.
|THE MOTHER OF GOD VISITS HELL - Halt! - Michael||Daniel Guyton||
The archangel Michael, bound in chains by Satan, struggles in vain as he sees all of the condemned souls leaving hell. (written in Iambic Pentameter)
|THE MOTHER OF GOD VISITS HELL - Show Them Peace - Mary||Daniel Guyton||
The Virgin Mary, who has traveled to hell to comfort souls in torment, refuses to leave until her son God forgives them all. (written in Iambic Pentameter)
|THIS DRESS - My Children - Woman||Morgan Trant Kinnally||
A Congolese woman, tormented by dreams of her missing children, finds a brief moment of solace in comforting a motherless young girl.