Monthly Archives: September 2010

Lit Pick of the Week: “Nights on the Ward” by Rachel Eliza Griffiths

Nights on the Ward St. Vincent’s Hospital, February I stare at the picture of a dog I drew. Sometimes, I know it’s the food inside of this place: phantom carrots, soft as broken husks, chicken, lean as tendons. The fake … Continue reading

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Lit Pick of the Week: “After Getting Lost in a Billie Holiday Portrait for Twenty Minutes” by Derrick Harriell

After Getting Lost in a Billie Holiday Portrait for Twenty Minutes This is how we make love to old photos, our eyes undressing decades of separation. Momentarily, I believe I could’ve saved you from a bipolar Harlem, and we could’ve … Continue reading

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Next Reading Series Installment: September 22

Revolving Door Reading Series continues this month! More Art, Words, and Music! We would like to welcome FathomDJ to the Revolving Door Family! Besides just being a fabulous, funky presence herself, she will be spinning only the coolest of sounds. … Continue reading

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Lit Pick of the Week: “Cry” by Karen S. Williams

Cry Inspired by news reports of otter rescue measures after the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. The fisherman said they had sat down on what they presumed was rock to cry, and it turned out to be like an oiled sea … Continue reading

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