Her poems meditate on all of her parts – on those endlessly shifting, transforming selves in a spectrum of identity. She gazes into the sacred of her internal self, questioning her roles, her purposes, in a weary of world. Read More
That intentionality, which is evident in every single aspect of the book, is really what is going to resonate most as you read this book. And while Harris is wringing every individual page for its contribution to the book, the messaging across the entire book receives just as much intentionality. Read More
When the security cook noticed me, he asked me for ID. While I was picking out my lipstick, rummaging through my closet for the wedges I didn't find, re-accessorizing, re-rehearsing, and packing a book bag, I forgot my ID. Read More
"Oh God. They'll never find it. The search will just bring them a bunch of dictionaries! FUCK!" I moaned this into the computer screen right before dropping my head to the keyboard. Read More
This experience has completely swallowed me, and spit me out enhanced and centered. Armagh Project has boosted me to a new level of creative madness and clearing. I came not knowing what to expect, but being open and ready to work. Read More
Here’s the meteor that rocked my world — I am presenting at this festival. I along with all the other Armagh Project participants are presenting excerpts of our work as a result of our month long residency in a foreign country. Shit just got real. Read More
no, you can’t be from all of america — we’re also from the americas. you must be from the north america. Read More
i smiled and nodded, you right – we’re so used to claiming the whole thing, it’s an american mindset.
north american, one chimed in.
"Give me a name and I’ll tell you if their Irish or not.” He was drunk, but not too drunk to explain to me that Sean Combs (P.Diddy), Ella Fitzgerald, and Shaquille O’Neal were all Irish. He said it with an assurance that smelled of rehearsal and Guinness. Read More