Spanish Poetry for the Sullen

Image source: Amazon I Can Neither Hold You Nor Let You Go I can neither hold you nor let you go, I know not why, to let you go or hold you Causes me, I know not why, to want you, Or to find you wanting for what I do not know. Since you will … Continue reading Spanish Poetry for the Sullen

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Recap: The Experience Mag @ Queens Museum

It was an amazing evening to say the least. Walking towards the Queens Museum is when it dawned on me that this is the event I was invited to -- artists I'm acquainted with are were to have their art featured. How amazing! The event altogether promoted revolution, networking, creative expression, and the millennial voice … Continue reading Recap: The Experience Mag @ Queens Museum

The Experience Mag @ Queens Museum, NYC

This Saturday, The Experience Mag will be at the Queens Museum for an all-black attire event The Sunrise Kingdom. This visual art event will be highlighting the work of black & latinx artists featured in the magazine. Through different mediums (paintings, performance, video, and more) they use their creativity to express their pro-revolution stance. I'm … Continue reading The Experience Mag @ Queens Museum, NYC

Handmade Posy Keychains

We've added some cute new accessories to our shop. The handmade posy keychains are dainty examples of my crochet work and feature a flower with a clasp to clip onto anything. Currently stocked with dark rainbow, hot pink, and purple flowers, new colors will be rolling out over time. Get them while they last as … Continue reading Handmade Posy Keychains

The Revolutionary Dog Walker, A Book Review

First & foremost, I have to say how completely moved I feel to share this book with my readers. This is not only a book review but also an in depth interview with the author who works under the alias Rebel Kitty. The Revolutionary Dog Walker is full of random stories from Kitty’s experience as … Continue reading The Revolutionary Dog Walker, A Book Review

A Coming Identity

There is something astounding you feel within when you share a certain kind of suffering with someone. It was naïve of me to think that there was no one else out there who’d understand my sentiments. Yet here we are. I’m a Nuyorican. And for anyone who doesn’t know what that is, it’s a Puerto … Continue reading A Coming Identity