"about Empathy" By Jediael Fraser

"I’m a junior in Software Engineering from Mobile, AL, and I’ve been writing poetry as a hobby since childhood. 'About Empathy' is written about a moment when my roommate and I arrived at our apartment and noticed it was dark enough that we could see the stars in all their glory, which was a welcome change to the light-polluted sky we were used to when living on campus the previous year." Check out Jediael's poem!


The Best Of The J. Blythes By Chandler Cowart

"The conditioned society says: a bad thing that is expected is accepted, but even a good thing that is unfathomed is rejected. For James and Jackie Blythe, these ideas didn’t exist yet. As fourteen and ten-year-old boys, life was far too immediate. It was the football game. It was the pretty girl at school. It was the friends who were true. It was the imperfect family that loved them the most. And, it was the brother who was always there to fight with."

About The Circle

The Auburn Circle is Auburn University’s student run literary magazine. Published once each semester, the Circle features student created work, including fiction, non-fiction, poetry, art, photography, graphic design, and more.