Poetry

Madre de Bomba

31/10/2017 Naomi Rosenblatt 0

October ends, and here is the last installment of our October series by acclaimed poet and performance artist Magdalena Gómez, reprinted with her permission, and thanks to Red Sugarcane Press, from her 2014 book of poetry […]

Mystics

Transcending the Sexes

30/10/2017 Jaime Lubin 0

During a time fraught with double standards and gender politics, the best thing we can do is reexamine how masculine and feminine energies adapt. Author David Pinto explains where we must go from here. By […]

Poetry

Impeachment Rap

27/10/2017 Naomi Rosenblatt 0

Tax cuts for wealthy Americans. Sabotage of Obamacare. Meanwhile, increasing evidence about Trump’s collusion with Russia surfaces. Honeysuckle presents MK Washko’s outcry against a masquerading president. You disregard what was spoken All your promises are […]

Features

Money and Drag don’t Mix

27/10/2017 Jean Decay 0

Financial struggles are part of every artist’s story, but Latinx drag performer Jean Decay has discerned a particularly entrenched history of money troubles among her community. Here she discusses how drag maintains the illusion of […]

Poetry

Diary From an AIDS Ward, 1984

26/10/2017 Naomi Rosenblatt 0

In the latest installment of our series by acclaimed poet and performance artist Magdalena Gómez, she reminds us, “There are too many things we forget: The AIDS epidemic of recent decades, and now the victims of […]

Poetry

How I Got Religión

18/10/2017 Naomi Rosenblatt 0

Honeysuckle brings you a new poem in the series from acclaimed poet and performance artist Magdalena Gomez, part of an ongoing effort to honor the people of Puerto Rico. You can see previous installments here […]

Poetry

Where is my America?

11/10/2017 Honeysuckle 0

We’re proud to publish the work of revolutionary activist poet James Litkett, beginning with his stirring tribute in memory of Eric Garner’s 2014 death at the hands of New York City police. For Erica Garner […]

Poetry

Hair Bueno

10/10/2017 Naomi Rosenblatt 0

Last week Honeysuckle brought you the first poem in a series by acclaimed poet and performance artist Magdalena Gomez, as part of an ongoing effort to honor the people of Puerto Rico. Today marks the next […]

Poetry

We Interrupt This

03/10/2017 Naomi Rosenblatt 0

We at Honeysuckle are dedicated to honoring voices around the world. In light of the ongoing crisis in Puerto Rico, we are proud to bring you the first in a new series of poems by […]

Indie Presses

RETRO: The Gallery at 70

28/09/2017 M. J. Moore 0

FOR DAVID MARGOLICK In 1947, John Horne Burns (an Andover-born, Harvard-educated, Irish-Catholic ex-G.I.) published The Gallery, a uniquely structured wartime “novel” that’s actually a book of linked short stories and autobiographical ruminations. Unfortunately, after his […]

Features

Community Pains

03/09/2017 Jean Decay 0

Latinx drag performer Jean Decay discusses the LGBTQ community’s growing pains as social media ups the ante in racial, sexual, and identity politics across the board. In the global society, it’s vital for everyone to […]

Street and Community

Becoming an Ancestor: The Mustang Way

29/11/2016 Honeysuckle 0

Why do we honor our ancestors – Sparrowhawk BN: Thank you for talking with us and making this important short story and film.  What was your impetus in making it? SH: Life experiences and the […]