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Band-Aid

By On March 20, 2017

These are not words of encouragement. … Read More

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The Deep Dive

By On March 15, 2017

This practice of our particular brand of loving is an unnerving and relentless remembering.… Read More

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Is Life Bounteous Like The Medium Said?

By On March 12, 2017

So often, the world is far from bounteous, but, when I changed my behavior, I felt something beautiful.… Read More

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How To Write Exceptionally Well

By On March 7, 2017

A tutorial.… Read More

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Another Star/Another Queen

By On March 1, 2017

My crime? I’d rather be having my own ingathering than awaiting an engraved invitation to objectification.… Read More

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Symbolism Crumbles Under The Weight Of Disillusionment

By On February 20, 2017

I remember the light most of all.… Read More

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WATCH: “New-Style Inauguration” by Rachel Kann

By On February 15, 2017

A live performance of "New-Style Inauguration" shot by Eric Zimmerman… Read More

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A Kind Of Hopeful Poem For Kind Of Scary Times

By On February 12, 2017

Life has always been brutal and unfair, and we have always survived and even thrived. That won't change now.… Read More

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A Midnight Prayer

By On February 9, 2017

Quiet words from a peaceful night.… Read More

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Dear People Against Psych Meds

By On February 7, 2017

Sometimes, they're the secret to happiness… Read More

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