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A Spot in Hell

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By Mark Jason Williams “There’s something wrong with me,” I said, trembling before Father John. I was a 12-year-old boy scared to death of his attraction to other boys. “Yes, Mark?” he asked. “What would […]

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Ask an Exotically White Guy: The Oscars

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By Samuel Clemens Long HOW DO YOU SEE RACISM WHERE YOU COME FROM? I’ll file this one under the “fun flavors of racism.” It’s not American History X kinda stuff but there’s still something there. […]

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THE HOME ISSUE #4

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HOME ISSUE 4 IS OUT!! CHECK US OUT ONLINE  Click here to read THE HOME ISSUE #4 With featured works from Jay Neugeboren, Alex Harsley and Justin Bullock.  Enjoy, HOME.

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ASK AN EXOTICALLY WHITE GUY

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By Samuel Clemens Long IN NYC I’M ALMOST “SPECIAL EXHIBIT AT THE MET” WHITE. I was raised in a small Midwestern town; lotta corn and grey skies, not so much diversity. How has living in […]

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At Home with Jay Neugeboren

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Photos Sam C. Long There’s so much to say about Jay. The author and teacher has written 22 books, including five prize-winning novels (The Stolen Jew, Before My Life Began, 1940,Poli: A Mexican Boy in […]

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Justin Bullock: Home Free

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Honeysuckle Spring 2017 Street. Culture. Underground. Each of these elements embodies model, actor, performer Justin Bullock. Bullock, on probation since age 16, will be released this May—just when you’ll be reading about him in these […]

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Defending Home: U. S. Veterans Speak

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John Horrall, Austin, TX:  Pararescue medic. Active duty member of the; 147th medical group (A National Guard unit) 1979-1983 HS:  What is your definition of home? Is it a feeling, a house, a place, or something else? […]

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RETRO: Once Upon a Time in Italy

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By M. J. Moore Disillusion. Confusion. Inexplicable grief. All three leitmotifs dominate All Thy Conquests by London-born Alfred Hayes, who became a naturalized American and whose poems, novels, and screenplays retain their power. Although now out […]

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Tribeca Film Festival 2017 Celebrates Women

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The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival begins Wednesday, April 19 and runs through Sunday, April 30. This is the 16th year of awe-inspiring offerings. Many thanks go to co-founders Jane Rosenthal and Robert De Niro for […]

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ICE CUBE PRESS

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Edited by Naomi Rosenblatt of Heliotrope Books, our second indie press interview features Ice Cube Press of the Midwest. Thanks to publisher Steven Semken for his thoughtful responses to our questions. What motivated you to […]

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Nick Reiner on Dopey Podcast

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Nick Reiner, grandson/son of Hollywood Royalty Carl Reiner and Rob Reiner, was in an out of rehabs from the age of 15, he’s now 22. After living homeless across the US and 17 different rehab stays, he […]

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Deborah the Detroit Psychic

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At 3 years old, Deborah knew something about her was different. She slept with her eyes open and could see shadow people when she was awake. When she was 11, she saw her brother standing […]

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WEnyc and Andrea Jung from Grameen America

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Andrea Jung Photos by Agora Photography This week’s Women Entrepreneurs Connect Event (WEnyc) with Grameen America CEO Andrea Jung at Brooklyn Borough Hall was particularly inspiring. After a powerful intro by Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen, Jung, […]