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Two Poems by Vyarka Kozareva

Two Poems by Vyarka Kozareva

October 26, 2022
DIMENSIONS You can’t know for sure When hope really dies Or if it dies last But only feel That it defers its big plans For an undefined future. And because This future itself Is also in the future Your fingers have learned How to sift every scrap of coincidence Then ...
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Symphony in Wellness: Q&A with Raychelle Heath

Symphony in Wellness: Q&A with Raychelle Heath

Daishon Spann
October 13, 2022
The multidimensional writer shares her journey of self-discovery and holistic health. Photo by Venice Williams. Raychelle Heath is a true polymath: she's a writer and a poet; a podcaster and visual artist; a translator and a teacher; and a yogi and meditation instructor. When she is not writing, you can ...
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On Exiting: Assumptions, Presumptions

On Exiting: Assumptions, Presumptions

Simten Coşar
October 11, 2022
"Where does the home start? Where does it end?" The author explores the notion of exile, home, and (non)belongingness. Illustration by Waad Aljurayyad Nomads are free; exiles are not. So why not claim nomad/hood? For most of my life, I never pictured myself as a settled person. Instead, I romanticized ...
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Three Poems by Raychelle Heath

Three Poems by Raychelle Heath

October 11, 2022
A Beginning to a Pandemic Love Story What are the pads of fingers against the broadness of a back, how does one absorb the depth of a freckle, limp into a sea of dark curls without drowning? Hands bloom from the center of a laugh that she has finally opened ...
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In a Vale of Soul Making:  In Conversation with Mark Steidl and Richard St. John

In a Vale of Soul Making: In Conversation with Mark Steidl and Richard St. John

October 1, 2022
The authors share how their journey began in poetry and ended in kinship. Early one September evening, Mark Steidl and Richard St. John joined Sampsonia Way for a conversation about their genre-defying piece of writing titled “Freaky Fire Guy.” In a collage of narrative writing, photography, and poetry, their essay ...
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