Alan C Pelaez Lopez

November 22, 2017

before the crossing1 our family could understand the whispers of the water2. we bathed our cuerpos morenos as if we we were holy […]

Lucy Wainger

November 22, 2017

Their voices harden under spotlight
& the audience’s gaze,

their costumes tight as bodies. […]

Khalid Abu Dawas

November 22, 2017

i will

tell them the way your curls
like smoke
wrap around the sides of a bed […]

Dorsey Craft

November 8, 2017

Just before Christmas, my father’s intestines bloomed,
emerged pink from inside eroded stitches, […]

Ronnie Festok

November 8, 2017

We move like water:
a riptide of fragrant vagabonds
fallen fool to Earth’s promise […]

R. Cassandra Bruner

November 8, 2017

I wanted to joke about Moses loving god
having seen only his backside,
but friend, it’s too early for sacrilege.
Instead, let’s talk about whores. […]

Danez Smith

September 4, 2017

New work by Danez Smith plus a conversation between Danez and Phillip B. Williams […]

Sarah Miller Freehauf

August 6, 2017

Days before he would die, we stood waiting for the bus.
He was taunted by wild child-wolves. I stood behind him— […]

Hussain Ahmed

July 30, 2017

High in the morning sky, bats
row their furs. Scattered
all over, as though pages […]

Becca Barniskis

July 26, 2017

sequin sequin seven nine nine three
sequin sequin seven six for thee
sequin sequin sequin stop […]

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