Just a few days ago I was published in my Uni's literary magazine Backroads. In the past, all but a few poems printed in Backroads volumes have existed only in hard-copy, but this issue has been published digitally as well. You can read it here.
My poem "Parlor Games" is an itty-bitty thing that brushes against several philosophical concepts, including concepts of social class.
"Unification" is a work of Alternate History taking place in the late 18th-century in America.
My story "Up to the Brim" was influenced by Anton Chekhov, though it is set in England (well, it's technically unspecified, but it's supposed to be inferred that the story is set in London) rather than Russia.
While I'd love to hear any thoughts on these pieces of mine, I heartily recommend reading everything in the volume. It shouldn't be a laborious task, and the visual design is stellar.