In today’s Community, we are honored to re-introduce poetry by Summer J. Hart and prose by Jim Ross.
“Nadine belongs to an owl now. They imprinted while I was on vacation. I scowl at my hot pink crop-top & try to pull it down over my belly button. Boy Crazy is printed in puff letters across my chest…”
February 15, 2020
Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board
“I was furious with my mother because she gave away one of my cats while I was gone. She replaced the cat with two small brown birds. The birds flapped around in a cage & pulled at each other’s feathers with determined beaks…”
February 15, 2020
Salt for the Stain
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Golden Walkman Magazine
July 2020 themed issue: Ancestors, Ghosts, Listen
Homeless: Living on the Street
“I had a dream about taking intermittent photos to capture the exact moment people slip into homelessness. The researcher in me would call this a time series. In the dream, I was trying to see how these moments of slipping in are different from other moments…”
Witness to Sexual Assault
“A witness to sexual assault faces an uncertain path. Although #MeToo has fostered chants of “we believe survivors,” there’s no corollary applicable to witnesses. There’s no movement to protect the rights and safety of witnesses who have the courage to come forth…”
March 11, 2020
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