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Writing: a manifesto by Tara Betts

Writing a manifesto does not serve one master, one class, or one ideology. is a form of catharsis, representation, & possibility. gives readers & writers a lens to imagine what …..has yet to happen. is a journey, a reflection, a portrait & a challenge. can speak in any language it damn well pleases, …..vernacular, folk, Read More …

Kaie Kellough’s Maple Leaf Rag: An Inquiry Into African Canadian History, Hybridity, Musicality, And Mutability

Maple Leaf Rag by Kaie Kellough (Arbeiter Ring Press, 2010) Review by Raphael Cohen From the moment one picks up Montreal-based Kaie Kellough’s second full-length poetry collection, Maple Leaf Rag (Arbeiter Ring Publishing, 2010), notions of hybridity, cross-pollination, and genre-bending are front and center. The collection, sized more like a song-book of sheet music than Read More …

Notes towards a queer::eco::poetics by Tamiko Beyer

queer position aslant, askew, odd, perverted, kinky, strange location outside of, on the margins, in the borderlands, straddling multiple worlds, unassimilat(ed)(ing)(able) gender many, variable, shifting, negotiable, disruptive, presented, claimed, owned and operated queer is not comfortable queer is delicious queer disrupts queer saturates queer is hot, is erotic queer resists straightening queer decolonizes queer is Read More …

Contradiction(s): A poem and conversation with Roger Bonair-Agard

contradiction A Ghazal for L’il Wayne Do I contradict myself? Very well then I contradict myself, (I am large, I contain multitudes.) — Walt Whitman America don’t want too many layered niggahs America scared of another player niggah You show America how Katrina played a niggah You rock and roll vicious but still stay a Read More …