a poetic geography of survival that holds settler colonialism—not the streets or the people there—responsible for acts of violence
Diana Ross tweeted "THE COLOR OF JOY IS PINK" and Charles Theonia wanted to know what else was.
thoughts on discomforting elements of movement projected onto the visual placeholder of fish
"It’s hard to be swinging inside this prolonged episode of survival."
on a good day, we’d shop in the discount bins at Giant Tiger, store glowing ugly yellow, buy those knock off white Converse, hundreds of bins overflowing with junk, thousands of plastic objects ready made to reach the sea, one day or...
"I often want to hide the concision of my personal queer history, the newness of my roots."
'go on take everything': new poetry from Andrea Abi-Karam on climate change, queer collectivities and Courtney Love