Flag the Play They want to hit. They want to hit. – Donald Trump, 22 Sept 2017 Even though my initial reaction to your protest was one of anger, I’m trying to listen to what you’re saying and why you’re doing it. – Green Beret Nate Boyer’s open letter to Colin Kaepernick, 30 Aug…
Ancient swastikas on Balinese temples, American Neo-Nazis gathering in Charlottesville, and the August 21st solar eclipse.
No matter how politicians and pundits spin things, Pulse was a gay bar on Latin night.
Ed Madden reflects on the final moments he had with his father, and how they’ve rippled throughout his life as a man.
Ed Madden gives a powerful reading of his poem written in response to Mississippi’s HB 1523–an anti-gay, anti-trans “religious freedom” law which, oddly enough, names poetry as a specific good or service that can be denied.
Ed Madden juxtaposes gender, race, and paint samples in this surprising prose poem.
What can toys teach us about human existence? Ed Madden reflects on the lessons his favorite childhood toy has taught him as a man.
“Visibility” is at the heart of Ed Madden’s poem about love, relationships, and same-sex marriage.
Pay close attention to Ed Madden’s poem about an invalid father; the speaker reveals perhaps more than he intends to.