Monthly Archives: July 2011

My Summer Arts Culmination Pieces

This is for Sharon Doubiago—one of the bravest people I’ve ever met. Disobedience Sister Martha’s robe was too long for her, the bottom always dirty from the dust of the unholy ground she walked. Back and forth between our rows … Continue reading

Posted in tuberous roots | Leave a comment


The first time she saw Joseph he was ten years old. He was on his knees, his tiny body hunched over—his forehead touching the back step as if to will his thoughts into the cement like tagger’s ink. He pulled … Continue reading

Posted in watermarks | Leave a comment