(Previously published at New Black Man in Exile ) “To be androgynous, Webster’s informs us, is to have both male and female characteristics. This means that there is a man in every woman and a woman in every man.” --James Baldwin, “Here Be Dragons” (1985) “The case of James Baldwin aside for a moment, it seems that … Continue reading Incidents in the Life of an Unholy “Black-ish” Queer Boy
Category: Afam Lit
Killing Me Softly: On Lovingly Anticipating State Violence
Blog explores critical contemporary concepts in teaching Morrison’s Beloved with consideration of current national racial conflict.