Poems & short stories
2018 Winter Short Story: The old man, the brother, the social worker, and the sounds of a lifetime of memories
When the one thing you have left to live for is taken away, how do you keep on living?
They may have their own problems to worry about, but Louis’ family is determined to give him the best Christmas possible.
Many of the best-written poems capture emotions, experiences, or imageries in a lyrical language. But what exactly is a poem, how is it different from a prose, and how should we approach it?
A girl going on a school trip has a change of heart about her younger sister.
The queen turned to the mirror. The answer she received was the one she expected, but the one she dreaded. Snow White needed to die.
Enter the Young Post 2018 Winter Short Story Competition to become a published author and see your work in a book!
A Hong Kong student reflects on the sometimes harsh and unforgiving nature of the world around us.
A Hong Kong student describes the emotional anguish of being unable to play the beautiful game because of a knee injury.
Meet writers such as Akin Jeje and Collier Nogues at the One-Day Literary Writing Lodge to be held on December 15.
A teacher’s ignorance is reversed when he receives a letter from a student.