You are kissing a boy / whom you will someday / marry, maybe / ten years from now.
A cursory study of Black women’s critical responses to Antebellum on YouTube reveals a high-level discourse and frustration about the trailer that is not present in most print reviews.
A comic by Rebecca Kennedy.
What would we do if we lost our limbs, our genitals, and lay next to each other, helpless throughout the endless room of night, our skin turning blue without touching, blue with loneliness, blue as an empty promise of forever love?
a boy’s head inscribed on a coin flipped
To see you, realised.
The coming-of-age writer is sitting in her first Fiction Workshop at a Liberal Arts College. She grew up devouring the stories of this country the way only an outsider could, by looking up each phrase and testing it out on her tongue.
who are we, if not the living?
Mariah Bosch brings us an electrifying Honey Literary mix. Enjoy!
& he’s lonely / the way God was lonely / when He made fucking everything