Vol. 2, Issue 11

“Some thrive in perpetuation of their heritage. Others wither. Some rebel against it and refashion themselves. And many simply move away, convinced that the entrenched mindset is permanent.”

–Evan Williams

Discarded | Photography

Discarded | Photography

Discarded This photo is a part of my photo series, Aftermath. Aftermath focuses on the damage and destruction caused to the North Carolina coast following Hurricane Florence. Low income communities are having an even harder time recovering. (Click on the image for a...
The Happening | Poetry

The Happening | Poetry

My mother would drive us to the Laundromaton Saturday mornings. I’d sit in the backof her old green Volvobetween baskets of blue, yellow, and pink.She’d sing “Where Did Our Love Go”with Diana Ross and The Supremes on the radio.We’d park under the washed-out sign. This...

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