The poem driving this experimental film about television considers the insomniacs who wake at the same time each night in rhythm.
What happens when a witch is black? This piece is a salute to the transformational beauty of cosplay & all the laughter it inspires.
Shanita Mitchell and Marlen Harrison···18 min read
Today we're talking with the award-winning author, researcher, and performer, Shanita Mitchell about performance and autoethnography.
This is a song for the Passover prophet as a critique on his inability during the Covid-19 pandemic to appear and provide solace and safety.
Joel Peckham, JR.···6 min read
The Ultimate Wave: Prose Poetry of the Pandemic and Parents Author’s Memo “The Wave” examines the problem of pleasure and...
Marlen Harrison, Kasey McCormack, Sophie Olsen, Amanda Lapin and Addison Tice···17 min read
In today's new podcast & video Marlen Harrison talks with current marketing interns about the role of culture in using Google Ads.
Sandra L. Faulkner·
All ContentAutoethnographic MultimediaAutoethnographic PoetryFrom the EditorsVolume 3, Issue 1 (2023)··15 min read
"Bringing up Baby” is a collection of collage and erasure poems that function as praise for and critique of (white) mothering.
Jerrice J. Baptiste···3 min read
"I danced each morning with Pina Bausch. I became her pupil lifting my leg up in the air like a flamingo except feeling more awake than I’ve ever been."
Florencia Rusinol···2 min read
"While living in Ecuador, I wrote “Home” which essentially is an homage to the “third-culture kid” phenomenon, when your parents are from another country than the one you grew up in."
Peter Viola···7 min read
“Woken Word” was born as my inner voice was awakening and the world, ironically was becoming “woke” while simultaneously retreating into isolation.