ALL THE DEAD BOYS LOOK LIKE ME

This heartbreaking new poem by Loma, written in the aftermath of Orlando, fuses love and outrage into a refusal of violence through the embrace of vulnerability, tenderness, passion. It centers the identity of queer people of color in the face of not just one isolated, horrific and horrifying tragedy, but in the ongoing history of what Claudia Rankine evokes with her chilling … Continue reading ALL THE DEAD BOYS LOOK LIKE ME