from the Jot Writer’s Conference feature, 2016 Credits: “enouement” is published in damselfly press Videographers: Kurt and Jamie Anderson Thank you to Schuler Books and Music for hosting this event.
Originally posted on Shade :
BODY by Kevin Gomez Orlando, Florida how dangerous it is to be a body, cloaked in dawn dancing to the beat of one’s own name. the sky combs the head, a silken tongue—yellow—attempting to comfort. a silicone of happiness gallops from the lips, sings itself against the wide night. as it…
Tove Lo released a new album last month, filled with her usual pop and electronic jams and powerful lyrics. In particular, “Don’t Talk About It” analyzes the unhealthy friend groups or family settings we find ourselves in, those ones where tension, disagreements, or even topics like politics or religion are swept “under the rug.” But … More “Don’t Talk About It”
Originally posted on Tunnel Magazine:
? WILLIAM TELL I remember playing the william tell overture and the farmer who forecasted the weather and elections, and sometimes I think about it all and my place in it when often I realize it couldn’t’ve ever happened. Root beers and bug spray melting into 401k’s I remember sitting…
Originally posted on Carson's Voice:
video inspiration for this post The strongest thing allies of groups being oppressed is to speak up! People against black people do not listen with understanding and compassion to black people speaking; but they will with white people. Sympathy is not enough to support the overcoming of societal issues…
I was very excited to receive an advance copy of Dancing in the Baron’s Shadow by Fabienne Josaphat. I reviewed the book for Blue Lyra. You can read my thoughts and find out more here!
Nothing improves the memory more than trying to forget. – Unknown Since the 2000s, researchers have been studying the storage space of the human brain. According to Paul Reber—a professor of psychology at Northwestern University—if we were to measure how many gigabytes of memory our brains can store, the answer would be over one million, […] … More An amazing nonfiction piece from my friend, Paige Leland