In this series of essays, Madison Lawson shares the personal journey she’s undertaken over the last five years to go from knowing God at a surface level to having a deep understanding of his heart. Using the three Aramaic phrases spoken by Jesus in the Gospel of Mark, Madison embarks on an emotional and vulnerable journey to a life-changing discovery of what it really means to be Talitha Cumi praising Eloi, Eloi, El Elyon
Airborne is a creative nonfiction essay written for an A&M class and published in the Eckleburg Project Literary Journal in 2018.
No Cure is a short story written and published in 2015 in the literary journal Water Soup. It looks at the problem of racism through an extended metaphor.
Short Fiction Break hosted a contest in 2017. Do You Feel It won honorable mention and was published on the website.
Three different poems, including "Headline" were also published in 2015 in the literary journal Water Soup.
Glitter Me Smitten and other short stories were published on an online website between 2015 and 2017. Glitter Me Smitten was written from a prompt given by an anonymous follower.
Along with Glitter Me Smitten, Dear Future was published on an online website which is read by many. Dear Future is an excerpt from a longer work.