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Colleen Tighe is an illustrator, cartoonist, and usually the very loud, grumpy person in the back of the room. She is too stubborn to give up on a socialist future.
As “a stone in love” with falling, “I wound the water’s face”
Then wear the mask of water all the way. . .
When there’s only enough light in the hall
to imagine a heaped shirt is the cat, to see
the books stacked on. . .
You could almost call them a squad—sometimes as many as seven, when they all pitched in.
Two books consider how U.S. policy ravages the Northern Triangle.
Frida Kahlo meets with Andre Breton in Paris, and things go downhill.
On bids to reform blood donation policy for men who have sex with men.