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We loved each other more slowly, losing rhythm and kisses along the way.
The other girl has a warm, melt-in-your-mouth name like Anne or Madeline. She is the virgin weeping in every church, so clean she glows.
...I was thinking about dating in the city and how it can be just like applying to jobs. There are some interesting parallels...
Columbia Journal has shortlisted up to 23 writers and artists for the Special Issue on Loneliness contest.
Three poems by Chilean poet, diplomate, and politician Pablo Neruda, translated into English by Depsy Boutris
When friends and colleagues find out I’m trans, they often assume I don’t want children.
There are no memories here. There is, instead, a rose garden on a hill.
Racism exists everywhere. Nothing prepared me though, for the extent of racism in the US, or in the western world in general.
A collection of writing by disabled people, edited by disabled activist, media maker and research consultant Alice Wong.
I find myself pulled into a whisper, a grandmother’s bedtime story, a folktale from an era long gone, and into the pulse of the earth...
Pride was never about consumerism, brands and celebrating to hit a checkbox, it was always cemented in rioting, protesting, and revolution.
He had watched the dog discover its shadow in the dining room last week—the dog jumped.