Volume 3, Issue 4
“Murphy gives away her secrets and her heart in so few lines, translating her family into characters on every page. After Bully Love, could I ever be as honest about my family the way Murphy is? Should I risk it?”
-A. Poythress, “Love, Bully Love”
And the whole time, I am thinking about the young women in the audience, the girls too young to understand the language of the play, but I can assure you they will understand what it means when a man slaps a woman, and when everyone laughs at it. Someone in the audience will be in this position some day. I don’t want them to remember this moment, and be resigned.
in the religion native to west africa’s yorùbáland, olóòkun is the owner of all oceans.
depicted with varying gender presentations both in yorùbáland and throughout the diaspora, olóòkun is also the protector of africans who were carried away during the maafa, the happening known to african-americans as the trans-atlantic slave trade.
Before my granddaughter was born, a friend said, ‘A spring baby, how lovely…’ and the words stayed in my head.
Months later, in the middle of a bleak, Scottish winter, I longed for flowers and working on this image was a welcome break from the snow and icy winds sweeping in from the Baltic.
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