Alcohol & One Writer’s Boyhood

MJ Moore

By M. J. Moore In his short story “Just Like the Girl” (with its sardonic epigram being a line from an old 1890s ditty: “I want a girl, just like the girl that married dear old dad . . .”), author James Jone [https://www.britannica.com/biography/James-Jones]s dramatized a deeply upsetting series of incidents that...

Maya Mercer: Transcending Tarnished Innocence

Sophie Wilkes

Art has always been a way for people to express the need for social justice. Maya Mercer [https://www.instagram.com/mayamercer.studio/?hl=en] uses her artistic abilities to help one group in particular–the teenagers wrought by class struggle in her rural neighborhood. Often left ignored, Mercer employs art to demonstrate their innocence...

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