Jeremy Ray Jewell
The South Disparate experience of shared difference The hand that will not make a fist Fingers never separate, outstretched in invitation and request, but devoid of palm; feral fingers painting evocative terrains, tones and foodstuffs. My mother. Your mother. Our asunderness. Motherless children have a hard time.
A Journal of Culture Poetry, Literature, and the Arts from The Southern Collective Experience.