Author Archives: Sarah

One Of These Days We’ll Rise Up Singing

Published in Kenyon College’s literary magazine HIKA, Spring 2010. One of These Days We’ll Rise Up Singing Wanted: Male for Carrying Out of State Duties at Penitentiary. Compensation Upon Completion of Task. I was conceived some twenty yards away, My … Continue reading

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Exploitation Film: a type of film that is promoted by “exploiting” often lurid subject matter. Exploitation films made in the 1930s and 1940s were films that got around the strict censorship and scrutiny of the era despite featuring lurid subject … Continue reading

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Hermaphroditus On The Town

And after hair bleached white as Antoinette’s Was coiffed above black-ringed and ravenous eyes, (Thick-fingered curler burns blotted with bleach and sweat) And after lacquer coated nails in crimson, (An artificial armor, donned in haste, still wet) Those lips were … Continue reading

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