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Joy Has a Sound: Black Sonic Visions
Featuring: Anastacia-Reneé Kamari Bright Thione Diop Mary Edwards Rachael F. Aricka Foreman Rell Be Free Amir George Chantal Gibson Walis Johnson JusMoni Anaïs Maviel Larry Mizell Jr. Okanomodé Christina Sharpe
COAST|noCOAST Issue No. 2
Featuring: Glen Armstrong Alayna Becker Kamari Bright Oriette D'Angelo Lupita Eyde-Tucker Craig Finlay Katherine Indermaur Kathryn Jensen Sarah Leavitt Karina Lemes Thomas Macfie Mita Mohato Lo Kwa Mei-en Jenn Marie Nunes Brett Price Michael Rerick Dujie Tahat Stepha Vesper Adam Wülfmeyer
Moss: Volume Four
Moss: Volume Four features new fiction, poetry, essays, and interviews from Tara Atkinson, Stephanie Wong Ken, Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, Michelle Peñaloza, Kamari Bright, Brandon Jordan Brown, Ruby Hansen Murray, Quenton Baker, J.C. Sibara, Maya Jewell Zeller, Nicola Griffith, Jessica Mooney, Natalie Villacorta, Matt Greene, Anis Gisele, Sarah María Medina, Savannah Slone, Kelli Russell Agodon, Ian Denning, Megan Snyder-Camp, John Englehardt, Chelsea Dingman, Shankar Narayan, and more.
NILVX I(IV): Sphere of Luna
Volume 1, Issue 4 (Print): The Moon lifts the veil of matter and reveals to us the Machinery of the Universe. Within her, images rise and fall in the Astral Light; all that is created is prepared for crystallization into matter. She is the carousel of faces and speaks in allegory, symbol, and myth. Abandon realism, and enter the Moon’s Treasure House of Images.
NILVX I(III): Ancestors
Volume 1, Issue 3 (Print): Every action we take is imprinted with the impulses, addictions, joys, and sorrows of the Ancestors. We are never truly alone; when we move, they move with us. Our very existence is dependent on not only our blood ancestors but also those souls bonded to our bloodline by acts of love, generosity, and even betrayal. If we look deeper, we may discover our former incarnations and understand they too are our ancestors. Close your eyes, and call upon the Ancestors.
2018 Jack Straw Writers Anthology
A collection of poems about the discovery of self, surroundings, and sovereignty in the 21st century.