Season’s Greetings, Inkwell readers! We’ve made it to the end of the semester, and I personally could not be more proud of our staff for all their hard work in the
Hello again, Inkwell readers. Today we’d like to present a sneak peek at our last issue of the semester, “Vindication.” Trenton Goldsmith’s poem “Who can blame?” ruminates on the highs and
Happy (almost) Thanksgiving, Inkwell readers! We’re certainly thankful for our upcoming holiday break; schoolwork and extracurriculars seem to snowball this time of year and can leave us feeling overwhelmed and ready to
We at Inkwell are pleased to present a sneak peek at our upcoming issue, “Defeat.” Eden N. Rowland’s poem “The Pawn” presents a narrator in the midst of a dark chapter in
Inkwell Literary Magazine is pleased to present “Contention,” our second issue of the semester. Contention: a point advanced or maintained in a debate or argument; rivalry, competition. For this issue in particular, we
Happy Friday, readers! Inkwell is pleased to present a preview of our second issue of the semester, “Contention.” Vivian Waite’s poem “If God Saw the Sparrow Fall” focuses on the greater purpose
Inkwell Literary Magazine is proud to present its first issue of the 2023–2024 school year, “Disturbance.” Disturbance: an interruption of a state of peace, quiet, or calm. Whether it’s a pirate’
Inkwell would like to wish all our readers a happy (almost) fall and present a sneak peek at our upcoming first issue of the semester, “Disturbance.” The disturbance in Trenton Goldsmith’s poem
This issue is a special milestone for multiple Inkwell writers. For the seniors on our staff, “Repose” is the last issue of their college careers. We want to extend our congratulations to our
After a gloomy Good Friday and Saturday, Easter Sunday dawned sunny and bright in Greenville, South Carolina. The weather was fitting for any day of rest, but it was especially fitting for the
At Bob Jones University, the spring semester is coming to an end. But as the number of days until final exams shrinks, the number of tasks on the to-do list may seem to
First Corinthians 13:12 says, “For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I have been
In Greenville, South Carolina, spring is beginning to color the trees and bushes again after a chilly week, and students at Bob Jones University are gearing up for a week of rest. We
At Bob Jones University, midterm season is drawing to a close. For our third issue of the semester, we’re exploring one feeling that may arrive after such a hectic few weeks: Clarity!
Sorrow is a prevalent part of every human being’s life. In Scripture, Psalm 13 is one of many examples of sorrowful appeal: “How long, O Lord? Will You forget me forever? How
Inkwell Literary Magazine is pleased to present a preview of our second issue of the semester: “Sorrow”! In this creative nonfiction piece, “A Broken Leg and a Broken Heart,” staff writer Toria Leigh
This semester the staff at Inkwell Literary Magazine wrote about fragility—times our competencies, relationships, or emotions seem like they’re slipping through our fingers. In our next issue, we want to explore
In Psalm 103, David paints one of the most poignant images of the transience of humanity: “As for man, his days are like grass; as a flower of the field, so he flourishes.
Three days ago, students at Bob Jones University completed their first month of classes. In celebration of that milestone, the staff at Inkwell Literary Magazine is pleased to present a preview of our
Inkwell Literary Magazine wishes its readers a very happy new year! Students at Bob Jones University have returned for the Spring semester of the 2022–23 year, which means Inkwell is also back.