The Theater Man is written by Kea Kamiya. It’s a love-letter to the art of theater, and how passionate it is to one person. The story is a theater man, who shares his love of it while encountering a crisis in his life.
Not Invisigirl, written by Isabella Manhart, is a story about self-discovery, and acceptance from the world, and themselves. Our main character Alex tries to fight for people to listen to them, and for everyone to accept Alex’s identity.
Two teens find themselves hiding in a supply closet. One of them believes that what’s happening outside of that closet is just a drill, the other is sure that it’s the real deal. The two of them talk, while both trying to distract themselves from the fear that they are feeling.
Thorazine, written by Izzy Ster, is the story of a couple debating about art, and how several interpretations can enter several people’s minds. How much of an open book art is, and how we handle different kinds of loneliness, and our own psyche.