for the Streetcar by Jewelle Gomez
Today I saw Desire
darkly painted steel, hard bells
wheels and unseen motivation.
In the morning traffic she is thick… 62 more words
Examines a range of fiction that challenges widespread assumptions about what it means to be a black person of faith.
Taking up the perceived tensions between the LGBTQ community and religious African Americans, Marlon Rachquel Moore examines how strategies of antihomophobic resistance dovetail into broader literary and cultural concerns. 102 more words