To New Beginnings

May all of this be a step towards building a newer, freer world.


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Poems as World Building and Necessary

I haven’t always had language for the practice, but I have often, in my growth as a writer, tried to choreograph a new thing out of a poem onto the page.

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Women’s History Month

I often compare gender to an occupation, because in many ways, it is such labor.

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Back to the Future

Black History must, for us, be more than brief vignettes of fragmented storytelling of bus boycotts and voter rights.

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The Other Side of Imagination

This month, consider what resources you find yourself in abundance of if you are not Black. And if you are, which resources this month are you reclaiming?

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On Resolutions

Here’s the truth: This year, you’ve been through a lot.

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Vote, or…

I believe we each have a fight, specific and distinct to us. I do not believe that toil begins or ends at the ballot box.