In Mourning


Over at Lit Hub, Christopher Soto (aka Loma) reflects on Orlando and writes movingly about the experience of holding an identity that is constantly targeted and executed in our world:

He propped me up like the roof of a cathedral, in NYC / Before, we opened the news and read. And read about people who think two brown queers / Cannot build cathedrals, only cemeteries.

Theodora Messalas is a New York-based writer and editor who could easily be talked into going to grad school. More from this author →