Chapter 3.2: Turn of the Screw

CWs: confinement, drug references, unpredictable temper Prison.           Kiera was a criminal. She’d broken out. That was why she was so different; why Isaiah was so unnerved by her.           Part of me was starting to agree with Kiera - not that that was fair to Jaylie. But she was bad enough now. What on … Continue reading Chapter 3.2: Turn of the Screw

Ghosts in Quicksilver – 2.19 – What We Owe To Each Other

tw: mental illness, racism/police brutality referenced/discussed, inferred/imminent violence, hallucinations/unreality Every day—every fucking day—for the last. How long? How goddamn long? I was putting out fires, and when I wasn’t putting out fires, I was causing them by mistake, or untangling social situations I’d had no part in creating, or making sure my own mind wasn’t … Continue reading Ghosts in Quicksilver – 2.19 – What We Owe To Each Other

Ghosts in Quicksilver – 2.18 – What Big Teeth You Have

tw: hospitalization, implied suicidality, murder, stalking, delusions "I’m tired of this.” I try to stride past her and through the other set of doors to the outside, but they won’t budge. “Seriously? How many times do I have to leave this fucking place?” “You’re not in the Medium, if that’s what you’re asking,” she says. … Continue reading Ghosts in Quicksilver – 2.18 – What Big Teeth You Have

Ghosts in Quicksilver: 2.15: Ultraviolet

Thank you to Theia for sensitivity reading this chapter!  tw: stalking, gun violence, severe PTSD flashbacks/triggers, attempted/threatened murder, implied toxic relationship, shooting in a public place, hallucinations/unreality/intrusive thoughts, white aggression towards a Black girl  I wasn’t sure what to say. I would have been scared for Nathan if it weren’t for the stupid fucking look … Continue reading Ghosts in Quicksilver: 2.15: Ultraviolet

Ghosts in Quicksilver – 2.14 – The Enemy in the Mirror

TWs: internalized racism/classism/ableism, impacts of racism/classism/ableism, violence discussed, gender fuckery, stalking, smoking Sunvay and I stood outside of Will’s apartment, in the badly-lit corridor with the carpet I hoped was supposed to be green and the broken window, and I avoided their eyes. I knew what they were going to ask me, and I didn’t … Continue reading Ghosts in Quicksilver – 2.14 – The Enemy in the Mirror