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Just Like the Tales Mama Told Me | Fiction

Just Like the Tales Mama Told Me | Fiction

Mama would be proud of me. My skin soft from Olay, my head all full of confidence and water. Near enough to being a god like one of them mythic creatures she read me when I was too young to fill out a dress the way I do now. Legs thick. Butt looking good. Got the men...
Maneater | Photography

Maneater | Photography

Maneater Trying to achieve self-love, but never quite getting there, we adorn ourselves with pretty things like jewelry. Currently, I am exploring what makes us human. Not our biology but our mind. I am primarily fascinated by what we choose to hide from the world and...
The House That Grief Built | Book Review

The House That Grief Built | Book Review

Accommodations by Sarah Carey ISBN: 978-0996475495 Concrete Wolf Press, June 30 2019 46 pages, paperback, $10.69 and Borrowed Light by Jennifer Horne ISBN: 978-0984276479 Mule on a Ferris Wheel Press, 2019 31 pages, mass market paperback, $15.00 1. In two recent...
Stop. Listen. Listen Again. | Book Review

Stop. Listen. Listen Again. | Book Review

World of Wonders: In Praise of Fireflies, Whale Sharks, and Other Astonishments by Aimee Nezhukumatathil, with full color illustrations by Fumi Nakamura ISBN: 978-1-57131-365-2 Milkweed Editions, August 11, 2020 184 pages, hardcover, $24.00 World of Wonders is Aimee...
Ella: A Life Reconsidered | Nonfiction

Ella: A Life Reconsidered | Nonfiction

Covington, Georgia January 1977 I’ve heard it told a person knows when it’s their time to die. I accept this, although I’m not sure why. It seems futile to fight this inner knowing. Perhaps when I pass, I will better understand things that haunt me. Troubling...