Posts tagged Writer
Special Edition Issue: Interview With Christine Stoddard

"So my art starts from the personal, but I always have broader aims in mind. I want my art to be for all kinds of women. I also want it to be for all kinds of men, with the hope that it will help them understand why women’s empowerment and equality for women matter."

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Election Series: "Annie, Get Your Gun" by Ren Martinez

It never mattered that his family was from Trinidad, only that he was brown.

It never mattered that he never attended mosque, only that he didn’t eat pork.

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Chloe Writes: Chapter 1 (Someone Was Following Me)

Someone was following me. A shiver ripped violently up my spine as I continued to walked down the sidewalk that I could barely see in front of me. I heard no footsteps. Only the quiet rush of air of someone walking behind me, as swiftly as I was. But as soon as I ceased to walk, stopping suddenly on the pavement, all was silent. I was only a few blocks away from reaching my home, but it was dark and cold and all the lights in the houses around me were beginning to dim as it became later. The only source of light I had to guide me back home were the old lamp posts that stood high above me every hundred feet, and the sliver of full moon that I could see above me, the rest hidden by undulating storm clouds.

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