Dreams of unraveling love and belonging on the path to Jihad.
A lively selection of Poland’s women poets writing before and after the fall of communism.
Valtinos explores the twists and turns between perpetrating and being the victim of violence amid the confusions and contradictions of civil war.
Behind the bigotry and hyperbole lurk the fear of the unknown, the threat to the status quo.
Because what you felt when he turned you down was how I felt whenever I looked at you.
At home, no one suspects I do this. Imagine. It’d destroy my marriage.
“Everyone’s queer in this bloody prison!”
I suddenly realized that he was wearing a wig and the skin beneath his clothing was as coarse as tree bark.
I’ve been unfaithful on Good Friday, Mother’s Day, Christmas and even during a coup d’état.
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