A Close Reading of Jordan Abel’s Injun

***If you are not familiar with Jordan's work, I cannot recommend him enough.*** The first portion of Injun is comprised of 509 instances of the slur occurring in the master source text Abel created. He used the "find" function on his word processor after copying and pasting 91 open-sourced old western manuscripts into one large... Continue Reading →

Wind

a gentle breeze morphs into a tempest where trees once danced and bowed before a dormant power they dig their roots in deeper anchored—they sway drunk on the wind's power, unable to stand upright a lonely boat rests in the harbour at the complete mercy of a wild master. Wind shows up when and how... Continue Reading →

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