LITERATURE Category

21 Mar ’14
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REFRACTION: YOUNG WRITERS ON FASHION AND BODIES

Editor’s Note: As part of our continuing Black & Grey in the Schools initiative, we asked a group of promising young writers to share their…

9 Mar ’14
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Clare Welsh Glitch

 

1 Feb ’14
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Course Description by Clare Welsh

COURSE DESCRIPTION Anatomical Life Drawing for the Illustrator I 2 credits; 1 Lecture and 2 STUDIO hours per week This introductory course in anatomy and…

23 Jan ’14
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Himself by Valerie Nieman

Himself, he couldn’t see the smoke, that time of sky being blue and uncertain at the edges, but someone coming up the road surely would…

11 Jan ’14
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Amiri Baraka, Poet Laureate of all of us

“Those artists who say their art has nothing to do with politics or society are simply retarded. They are winking at their own seduction into…

5 Jan ’14
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Bad Ass by Li Lawson

“I used to be bad, baby, but no more.” “I can’t imagine you ever being bad, baby.” “But I stole, baby.  Bold as brass, I…

16 Dec ’13
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Fashion As The First Art

NOTES FROM THE CLOSET: OBSERVATIONS OF A FASHION ANTHROPOLOGIST Fashion as the First Art by John E. The technical term for sticking out your ass…

13 Dec ’13
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WRITING IN CODE story and photography by FOX HARVARD

Writing in code.  Writing about things I don’t own ”and other than clothes and the occasional Venus soul” is almost everything.  Complete disregard for days,…

22 Sep ’13
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What’s Your Satori?

Editor’s note: As part of our recent “Satori” issue, Black & Grey ventured into the minds of some young writers to ask them, in the…

11 Oct ’12
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Waking Up in the Mourning by Ailey Clark, Stefanie Johndrow, Gabrielle Reed, and Olivia Wolfe

Denial You were. You were here like the first warm spring day. You ran your blues over me like the water runs down the riverbed…