Borne from the process of grief and coming to terms with the loss of a close friend, Mik visualises what his passing felt like, and sends him off with well-wishes.
She’s no Frank O’Hara, but she’s certainly Mary Craigg. New York School eat your heart out.
Love flows through the arteries and veins of Terin’s poem. Written for first anniversary of their mother’s sudden and wholly unexpected death, wrestling with the gap and the gifts she left behind.
harold is back on their bullshit and here with a book that flipped the script on what they expected—Slow Down, You’re Here.
Resident film critic (from that one Morbius post, remember?), Elliot, gets conned into watching the BuzzFeed Studios Film “My Fake Boyfriend” for us.
The show must go on! And The GREATEST Drag Show on Earth, despite COVID-19 getting in the way, found a way to go on!
Maybe someday you’ll find yourself thinking the same thing as Sylvan.
Threads present, past, and fibre converge in order to state ownership of a culture colonised and Christianised, of takatāpui.
To love someone is to let them become second nature, a routine of affection. Routines can be hard to break, but love can go up in flames.
Gotta fondness for The Bard but just wish his stuff was … a little gayer? Stray Theatre Company’s got you sorted with their rendition of “Much Ado About Nothing.” Sophie catches up with director Rose Herda to learn more.
In a dream, you saw a way to survive, and you were filled with joy.
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