Vol. 2, Issue 25

“Both The Tarboro Three and A Sin By Any Other Name demonstrate just how far we are from living in a post-racial America. And both works make abundantly clear that before the white South can hope for redemption, it must be ready to confront a long history of racial sin.”

-George Hovis, “Dismantling the Confederacy”

Death Dresses | Poetry

Death Dresses | Poetry

Death Dresses   A Death Doula? these words come with cop cars; hot frantic alarms incredulity The little girl insideme grew uphad kidsdied in your bed.(hysterical) This town ain’t big enough for the both of us anyway the he/him beard and my little ponies I...
Dismantling the Confederacy | Book Review

Dismantling the Confederacy | Book Review

A Sin By Any Other Name By Robert W. Lee ISBN: 9780525576389 Convergent Books, Apr 02, 2019 Hardcover: 192 Pages, $25.00 The Tarboro Three By Brian Lampkin SKU: SB2008 Scuppernong Editions 128 Pages, $18.00 Two new works of racial activism from North Carolina provide...
Masks Off | Visual Art

Masks Off | Visual Art

Masks Off I am an avid Halloweener. My family cultivated a lasting love of dressing up and thriving in the throng of decorated houses and costumed kids that will resonate in my heart forever. It’s a time when everyone can cast aside their inhibitions and be...

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