Media & Literature

Media & Literature

A spiritual, emotional, Piscean exploration of home

Returning to the beginning, in order to perhaps understand the future, is not easy.

McCoy's photos in 'West Baltimore Ruins' function as a living visual memorial

As McCoy puts it, “It is an artistic callout for city officials to see the cause of their neglect.”

Aquarian egalitarianism and designing public spaces

Design With Love is a collaboration by Katie Swenson, the director of the Enterprise Frederick P. Rose Architectural Fellowship, and Harry Connolly, a Baltimore-based photographer

The Executive Director of the summer-long literary program A Revolutionary Summer talks about external and authentic power

Cole’s belief in language as freedom is the catalyst for her life’s work—to motivate Black girls and women to use language as a tool for finding their own authentic power.

The challenges of ladder-climbing and Capricorn ambition

Darren is definitely intrigued by the loads of money he could make as a salesperson at Sumwun, but there is more to it.

BmoreArt's print journal examines power within the context of individual art practices, communities, and institutional structures

Issue 10: Power is BmoreArt's second print journal released since Covid-19 closures

An Interview with the two editors of Black Futures

The Black Futures project will remain a bastion of the wonder of Black mastery as well as the beauty of Black mundanity.

With Sagittarian honesty, author Wally Koval doesn’t mince words about the history of a place

As the eclipses shake us up, we welcome lively Sagittarius season.

'Black Futures’ explores what it means to be Black and alive right now

While forward-thinking, Black Futures is simultaneously about Black pasts and Black presents.

A sanctuary for artists to hone their craft through writing workshops, art shows, and a residency/studio program

With everything in the world in constant disarray, it’s heartening to know one thing has not changed: Sidney Clifton’s vision.

What happens when true believers have to confront scientific facts?

A lively and mostly persuasive argument that the Shroud of Turin is not Jesus Christ's funerary cloth, but was instead likely fabricated by an artist in the 1350s, and then slowly embraced by Catholic officials who saw an opportunity for profit.

With an enduring Scorpio intensity, Tiny Nightmares weaves in human and environmental agendas alongside zombies and vampires

The anthology goes way beyond things that go bump in the night, investigating all the profound ways that humans can be fearful of things, both real and imagined.

Anthology featuring nine authors from around the US and Canada delivers bite-sized portions of terror

The horror and trauma here are more implicit and embedded into the place, more chronic than acute, and all too familiar.

Authors Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman strive for balance in their longterm, long-distance friendship

In classic Libra style, Ann and Aminatou are so inseparable that they actually write the book in one voice.

With each letter, Bobbi Rush elevates written language and transforms it into song

Short, spiritual, succinct, and sincere, Language of the Crow is a primer on liberation, self-discovery, introspection, and intuition.

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