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December 2020

We had a special experience at the MacDowell residency, and can now see a path through to the completion of our piece World After This One, which we hope to find a way to present to the public in 2021. We were lucky to share the residency with old friend Kay Ulanday Barrett, and new…

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November 2020

We’re writing to you with limited internet access from MacDowell in Peterborough, New Hampshire. Our original fellowship here in May was postponed due to COVID-19, and the campus has now reopened with new social distancing measures. We are here focusing on our in-progress performance World After This One. We recently finished the script for this…

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October 2020

We forgot an important August update back in September! You can read our piece in Noname Book Club’s publication Out Of Print here. The essay, In A Pandemic, Prison Abolition Is Necessary & More Possible Than Ever, came out a little late, but is still pertinent. We hope it can provide some guidance and hopeful…

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September 2020

As summer winds down, we’re transitioning into a lighter fall, and planning on taking some time off in October. In an August recap, we want to give huge love to artists Melisa Stephen and E. Armea who included words from our poem Layleen’s Bill (With Revisions) in Chicago’s Black Trans Lives Matter mural in the…

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