Tag: Summer 2018

Carrie (Carrie Mae Weems)

Letter from the Editor

Dear Readers of So to Speak, Welcome to yet another fantastic online issue, featuring visual art, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction that emphasizes a particular intersection.

What Good Is It To Touch A Wound

if you do not know how to without emptying it of anxious colors           we are all rotten with choice but photosynthesis

SBAII (Susan B. Anthony)

Two Poems by stephanie roberts

JESUS DOESN’T LOVE THE LITTLE CHILDREN AS MUCH HAS HE USED TO ain’t that just the gotdamn truth? red & yellow? nope, don’t want em’

The Spider and the Fly

The morning I left him, I unrolled reams of toilet paper; it lay in soft defiance on the bathroom floor. He hated that. How many times

Kara (Kara Walker)

The Tyranny of the Mirror

It’s 9:00 AM on a Monday morning in the Village. I’m on the fifth floor of Joffrey studios and I’m standing at the barre. My

Käthe (Käthe Kollwitz)

Find Me In Between

Sitting cross-legged on the guestroom daybed, Aunt Diana looked a bit like her namesake goddess. She had unbuttoned the top of her blouse so that

Louise (Louise Nevelson)

February: A Timeline in 28 Parts

  The First I really need to choose one specific day every week to wash my clothes. My current method hails from the world-renowned “Wait

Black Marie Antoinette

I was a queen, and you took away my crown; a wife, and you killed my husband; a mother, and you deprived me of my