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Tatamkhulu Afrika and the Dark Where Loneliness Hides

December 7, 1920 – Tatamkhulu Afrika born as Mogamed Fu’ad Nasif in Egypt, South African poet and author; he came to South Africa as a very young child, and was fostered by family friends after his parents died; he was … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: SKIN

In light of the international conversation and protests about police abuse of peopleof color, I am republishing this Word Cloud, which was first posted in March, 2017. by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Skin is the largest organ of the human body, … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: SKIN (REDUX – Women’s History Month)

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Skin is the largest organ of the human body, the envelope that keeps everything else together. It’s also a map that tells strangers something about who we are, like our approximate age, and the kind of … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: SKIN

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD Skin is the largest organ of the human body, the envelope that keeps everything else together. It’s also a map that tells strangers something about who we are, like our approximate age, and the kind of … Continue reading

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Trumpism becomes a tense ethno-nationalist party of werewolves, There!

By ann summers Blame-gaming escalates as Election Day approaches and the Crème brûlée is about to crack. Brown, White, and Black Eggs matter to founders’ states of baker’s dozens. If all politics is local, all racism is localism. Expect a term … Continue reading

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