Poetry Collection Review: for the love of black girls by Tatiana M.R. Johnson

It’s unsurprising, but heartbreaking that ‘for the love of black girls’ chronicles how often communities & lovers fall short of recognizing Black girls – here, perhaps permutations of the same girl – in needed complexity and beauty. Power in naming how & why they’ve been boxed & commodified & manipulated manifests in validating their responses and lives in the process.

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Interview with Pauline Aksay

Following the release of our anthology,?We Run Through The Dark Together, we?decided to interview a handful of its featured writers in order to get to know them and their?work better. In this interview, we speak to Pauline Aksay, author?of?My Lovely Antidepressants about the inspiration behind her poetry and her future aspirations.

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Interview with Rosie Sandler

Following the release of our anthology,?We Run Through The Dark Together, we?decided to interview a handful of its featured writers in order to get to know them and their?work better. In this interview, we speak to Rosie Sandler, author?of Troublesome Fauna, about her anxiety disorder, her love of poetry and how it was she discovered she wanted to be a poet.

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Interview with Kaitlyn Crow

Following the release of our anthology,?We Run Through The Dark Together, we?decided to interview a handful of its featured writers in order to get to know them and their?work better. In this interview, we speak to Kaitlyn Crow, author?of Thoughts for the Sick Boy, from the Sick Girl, about the universe and more.

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Interview with Stephan Kyriacou

Following the release of our anthology,?We Run Through The Dark Together, we?decided to interview a handful of its featured writers in order to get to know them and their?work better. In this interview, we speak to?Stephan Kyriacou, author?of Patchwork Boy, about?his sense of identity and the catharsis?that writing brings to his life.?

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Interview with Rosie Sandler

Following the release of our anthology,?We Run Through The Dark Together, we?decided to interview a handful of its featured writers in order to get to know them and their?work better. In this interview, we speak to Rosie Sandler, author?of Troublesome Fauna, about her anxiety disorder, her love of poetry and how it was she discovered she wanted to be a poet.

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