Tag Archives: Lynda Hull

A Poem for Chinese New Year

Lynda Hull (1954-1994), American Poet; as a teenager, she ran away from home. For the next several years, Hull lived in various Chinatowns across North America and married a Chinese immigrant. After reconnecting with her family in the early 1980s, … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: SUMMER-LONG

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD While Memorial Day has become the unofficial start of summer for Americans, the actual start of the season here in the Northern Hemisphere is the Summer Solstice.  The Solstice this year began at 6:07 AM, U.S. … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: CHIAROSCURO

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD For several years now, Right Wing think tanks and other revisionists have striven to convince us that “Black Slavery Wasn’t as Bad as You’ve Been Taught.” Since the people putting this theory out there are white, and have … Continue reading

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Word Cloud: SOLSTICE

by Nona Blyth Cloud While Memorial Day has become the unofficial start of summer for Americans, the actual start of the season is the Summer Solstice, which this year begins at 6:34 p.m. EDT on Monday, June 20. I’ve decided … Continue reading

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