Vol. 3, Issue 8

“Mothers are a cup without a bottom, holding the pains of generations they have raised and long to raise, generations of their own blood and those who they wet nurse and later spite them.”

-DW McKinney, Book Review of THE REVISIONERS”

The Revisioners | Book Review

The Revisioners | Book Review

The Revisioners by Margaret Wilkerson Sexton ISBN: 9781640092587 Counterpoint Press, November 5, 2019 288 pages, $25.00 Margaret Wilkerson Sexton is unafraid to confront the rot that economic inequalities, class structures, and racial disparity spread. These difficult...
Education for All | Photography

Education for All | Photography

Education for All Democratic societies presume educated citizens, that is to say, it presumes well-informed and critical people, both because it requires them to be able to determine their preferences and choose among different alternatives, and also because it is...
Broken | Poetry

Broken | Poetry

One glove is all he can handle. Two screws set in his arm through the plate and bone. It was dark when it happened, that day in the mill house. The saw shrieked and sheared the blade, stopping with a fleshy thump between the radius and ulna, like the chop of a cleaver...