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Divided: The Human Side of Us by Julie Hamada

Poems about Identity and the Self

INTRODUCTION Have you ever felt like you don’t really know who you are? Or have you ever gone out with your friends and had a good time, then came home and asked yourself: “Who was that person? Was that me, or who others want me to be?” People often throw around terms like “midlife crisis,” […]

By Julie Hamada Posted in Non-fiction on January 11, 2021 6 min read Continue reading
There Was Histrionic Laughter at the Clowns Cadaver

An Extraordinary Poem Collection 

HYPER(IMPER)EALITY America is the land of cults and cult leaders, of hyperbole and death by truth in fiction. When I was nine years old I gas lit myself with a careless swing of wool on an elderly breathing stove When I was eleven years old I gas lit myself again ignoring every sign that Santa […]

By N. Alexander Sidirov Posted in Non-fiction on November 15, 2020 3 min read Continue reading

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