Where was the outrage before the Trumpateers came along?
When a real live cowboy becomes disabled, he’s still a real live human. Society would have us believe he is disposable.
Even with bullet holes in his body and no roof over his head, this man has a surprisingly positive manner.
Empathic poet Brian Crandal invites us to expand our narrow focus.
Empath Brian Crandall writes from the perspective of a mental health facility resident.
Brian Crandall’s poetic reflection on a troubled relationship of the past
A day intended to usher in an era of peace.
Social justice warrior, empath, and poet Brian Crandall explores the madness of telling a domestic violence victim to “Just leave!”
Short fiction by empath Brian Crandall
An empath’s poem
Brian Crandall tells a menacing, futuristic story of life after Donald Trump wins the Presidency.
Pain and depression keep this husband and father from doing what society’s gender norms have told him he should do for his family.
Social justice poet Brian Crandall gives us a glimpse at depression and suicide among active and retired military personnel.
Social justice poet Brian Crandall contemplates the perspective of a victim of police brutality
Borders, infrastructure, and politics get in the way of life. Water is life. Water is a human right.